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Hospitality Funding Celebrates Hotel Acquisition

Palm Beach, FL — Hospitality Funding, LLC has raised equity for the acquisition of the Hilton Garden Inn Orlando East/University of Central Florida. The hotel was acquired by a Joint Venture comprised of Lexington Capital Partners and a US­based hotel asset management company. The property’s management has been transferred to Crescent Hotels & Resorts, a leading third­party operator of hospitality assets in the US and Canada.

Of the company’s recent partnership success, Hospitality Funding’s Chairman Scott Silver said, “Working with Lexington Capital Partners on the acquisition of the Hilton Garden Inn Orlando has been a pleasure. We look forward to continuing to help them build their portfolio of quality hospitality assets.”

When assessing the acquisition, Hospitality Funding and Lexington Capital Partners considered the following:

  • The 122-­room hotel is ideally located within Orlando’s primary corporate market and adjacent to the University of Central Florida, the 2nd largest university in the US.
  • The property features 1,200 square feet of meeting space, a 64­seat restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, business center, and convenience mart.

About Hospitality Funding: Hospitality Funding is a boutique investment advisory firm focused on raising equity, mezzanine, and debt financing for the acquisition of all types of hospitality assets. Hospitality Funding works with superior owners to find capital solutions that fit their specific goal for property acquisition, development and refinance. For more information, please visit www.hospitalityfunding.com.

About Waramaug Hospitality Canada LLC: Waramaug Hospitality Canada LLC is a joint venture between the founding principal of Waramaug Hospitality and Hospitality Funding focused on growing brands throughout Canada. The company utilizes their wealth of industry knowledge and key leaders to create a track record of successfully expanding into new territories as well as repositioning and renovating assets to reach their full potential and become market leaders.

Scott Silver