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Ashford Hospitality to Acquire Memphis Marriott East

Ashford Hospitality to Acquire Memphis Marriott East

DALLAS—Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the 232-room Memphis Marriott East hotel for total consideration of $43.5 million in cash ($187,500 per key). The acquisition is expected to close within the ...

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Ashford Trust Acquires Lakeway Resort for $33.5 Million

Ashford Trust Acquires Lakeway Resort for $33.5 Million

DALLAS—Ashford Hospitality Trust has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the 168-room Lakeway Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas, for a total consideration of $33.5 million ($199,000 per key). The acquisition is expected to close within the next 30 days. ...

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Ashford to Buy Out Partner in Highland Portfolio

Ashford to Buy Out Partner in Highland Portfolio

Ashford Hospitality Trust has signed a definitive agreement to acquire the remaining 28.26 percent ownership interest of the 28-hotel Highland Hospitality portfolio from it joint venture partner, Prudential Real Estate Investors. Ashford will purchase the fund’s interest for $250.1 million ...

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Ashford Hospitality Trust Announces Spin-Off

Ashford Hospitality Trust Announces Spin-Off

DALLAS—Ashford Hospitality Trust, Inc. has announced the completion of the previously announced spin-off of Ashford Inc. Following the spin-off, Ashford Inc. is now an independent publicly traded asset management company focused on managing real estate, hospitality, and securities platforms both ...

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Ashford Completes Acquisition of Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley

Ashford Completes Acquisition of Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley

DALLAS—Ashford Hospitality Trust Inc. has completed the previously-announced acquisition of the 357-room Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley hotel for a total consideration of $50 million ($140,000 per key), which is approximately 45 percent below estimated replacement cost. The transaction was funded ...

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