Mount Kellett Capital Management

  • Banyan Street Capital Picks Up Iconic Tower in Tampa

    Miami-based, Banyan Street Capital has recently acquired a 515,965-square-foot Class A office building in Tampa for an undisclosed price.

    Tampa 13 August 2015 12:22
  • Portland Hospitality Heats Up: Lloyd Center DoubleTree Goes Up for Sale, Governor Hotel Gets New Name

    The debate over the development of a major hotel-convention center in downtown Portland has been going on for quite a while. Now, a property that could influence willing investors has been put up for sale by its owner, prompting new discussions about a new major hospitality project in the city. Mount Kellett Capital has reportedly hired Eastdil Secured to handle the marketing process for the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in the Lloyd Center. The property is currently valued at around $100 million, according to the Portland Business Journal.

    Seattle 04 March 2014 15:04

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