Stephen Starr kicked off ThinkFest on Friday night in a conversation with Philadelphia magazine editor Tom McGrath. Of course he had several interesting things to share. Namely that he wants to open two boutique hotels in Philadelphia. One, in Fishtown where rooms could be had for $100 a night and another near Rittenhouse Square where the prices would presumably be higher. But that was far from the only quotes worth sharing.
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