Marcel Verbaas

  • Inland American Real Estate Trust Inc. Acquires Hotel Monaco Chicago;

    Inland American Lodging Group Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Inland American Real Estate Trust Inc., recently announced the acquisition of three luxury boutique hotels from Kimpton’s Hotel Monaco collection. The three hotels, acquired for a purchase price of $189 million include the Hotel Monaco Chicago, Hotel Monaco Denver and the Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City.

    Chicago 06 November 2013 22:38
  • Inland American Buys Alexandria’s Lorien Hotel & Spa for $45M

    Inland American Real Estate Trust, Inc. has announced this week the acquisition of its tenth hotel property in 2013. Through its subsidiary, Inland American Lodging Group, Inc., the company has purchased the Lorien Hotel & Spa in Alexandria, Virginia. It paid approximately $45 million for the property.

    Washington Dc 05 November 2013 05:11

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