With more than 45 years of combined experience under their belts, James Flick and Matt Mars have not only put their moniker firm on the map, but they have now set their sights on expanding to both the East and West Coast. There will be not one, not two, but three spots that Flick Mars plans to call home.
After launching their first space in the Vickery Meadows neighborhood in Dallas, the firm quickly started to build a roster of branded hotels, including the Moxy Chicago Downtown, The Otis Austin, a Marriott Autograph Collection, and Campbell House Lexington, a Hilton Curio Collection.
“We focus on great projects, a great product and no drama,” said co-founder Matt Mars. And focus, they do—accruing a lofty list of top-tier clientele since founding the company back in 2005.
Specializing in hospitality, the company takes a creative approach to each collaboration and
constantly strives to create unique experiences.
“Our industry is all about thinking ahead,” said Flick.
Which is why it comes as no surprise that this expansion would be the next obvious move for the Flick Mars team. The firm has recently opened two new doors, and, after research and planning, James Flick and Matt Mars have selected some primetime real estate for each new location. The New York offices are nestled in the chic pocket of NOHO. The neighborhood lends itself to the hip new projects they have on the horizon, including the Philadelphia Moxy Hotel and the Tapestry Basking Ridge.
In addition to their new digs in New York, Flick Mars has also set its sights on the West Coast—Los Angeles’ Woodland Hills to be exact. The office in this upscale neighborhood, adjacent to Calabasas and Burbank, is where the team will focus on new projects, including Delta Hotel Santa Clara in Silicon Valley as well as the AC Hotel in Santa Rosa.