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Prelim Development 1 Review Session Notes Remember these two equations: 350-1437 (memorize) 350- average size of an upscale bay 1.43 is the gross factor for an upscale room 7 70% of the area in a upscale hotel is comprised of rooms (GR %) NGA * # Bay GF * = GGA GGA/GR% = GHA GGA: if your hotel is 1 f loor, GGA is the amount of space on the ground you will need to put your guestroom (how much space you need for the...

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Prelim Development 1 Review Session Notes Remember these two equations: 350-1437 (memorize) 350- average size of an upscale bay 1.43 is the gross factor for an upscale room 7 70% of the area in a upscale hotel is comprised of rooms (GR %) NGA * # Bay GF * = GGA GGA/GR% = GHA GGA: if your hotel is 1 f loor, GGA is the amount of space on the ground you will need to put your guestroom (how much space you need for the guest rooms) NGA: once you build the room, how much space will you have inside?
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