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JLL's Global Hotel Desk (GHD) is an international team who bridge borders and cultures to match hotel property owners with the right buyer. The team is made up of the best deal makers and property marketers in the hospitality business, based across the world’s most sought after real estate investment markets. We take a collaborative cross-border approach to marketing a hotel asset, portfolio or platform, and have access to the largest pool of investors in the world.
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Iconic hotel in one of Manhattan’s strongest lodging sub-markets with a long-standing reputation in New York.
The InterContinental Paris - Le Grand represented a rare opportunity in a market with high barriers to entry due to lack of supply and huge demand for trophy assets.
Sale of two trophy Starwood Hotels for €190m, marking over US$600m of Middle Eastern capital for hotel investments in Florence.
The sale of this iconic hotel was one of the most important transactions in Madrid over the last 10 years.
Key indicators of the U.S. hotel industry strength in Q2 2016 continue to suggest that the sector is stabilizing at normalized performance levels.
National occupancy remains stable at an historic high, and U.S. hotel transaction volume in Q2 2016 remained steady compared to deal activity recorded for the prior quarter.
Hotel investors are branching out in London for their hotel asset management, heading to east of the UK capital and into less competitive segments, according to a new report.
New infrastructure developments such as Crossrail and the Thameslink upgrade continue to drive regeneration and unlock interest in hidden corners of the capital.
With numerous new hotels and serviced apartments projects in the pipeline, Australia’s older hotels are facing a big challenge.
Many will have to re-invent themselves to compete with the new kids on the block or face closure as some did during the late 80s when a slew of new hotels left older hotels that hadn’t invested in refurbishments either to slash rates or endure a number of fallow years.
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Optimal operating performance, maximum asset value, minimal business risk, clarity in hold and exit strategy - all these goals lie at the heart of what we do in Asset Management. JLL's hotels and hospitality experts offer clients a systematic approach to managing their assets and identifying business improvement opportunities.
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