Real EstateAcquisitionsJLL Capital Markets Closes Sale of Cape Codder Resort & Spa

JLL Capital Markets Closes Sale of Cape Codder Resort & Spa

BOSTON—JLL Capital Markets announced it has closed the sale of and secured acquisition financing for Cape Codder Resort & Spa, a 266-key hotel in Hyannis, Massachusetts on Cape Cod.

JLL represented the seller, Catania Hospitality Group, in the sale to Linchris Hotel Corporation. In addition, JLL represented Linchris and worked with long-time partner Tristan Pierce at HarborOne Bank to secure financing. The hotel was offered unencumbered by brand and management.

Cape Codder Resort & Spa amenities include 18,000 square feet of meeting and event space, a waterpark, a fitness center, an on-site spa, seasonal indoor/outdoor swimming pools, a pickleball court, an internal courtyard, and a gift shop. In addition, the resort has four food and beverage outlets, including Grand Cru Restaurant, Hearth n’ Kettle Restaurant, The Deck, and Gazebo Café. Most recently renovated in 2008, the hotel offers a mix of traditional guestrooms and suites.

The resort is located in Hyannis, the largest of the seven villages of Barnstable County, and a tourism destination on Cape Cod for residents of Boston, Providence, and more. The town is known for its cultural arts district, beaches, recreational boating, and commercial fishing. Cape Codder Resort & Spa further benefits from the area’s historical landmarks, including the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Memorial, and Kennedy Compound, as well as the Veterans Memorial Park and Korean War Memorial. The town is accessible via Route 6 and is served by two ferries that depart 2.8 miles from the hotel providing access to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.

The JLL Capital Markets Investment Sales Advisory team representing the seller was led by Managing Director Alan Suzuki and Senior Director Matthew Enright.

“It is our privilege at JLL to successfully facilitate once-in-a-lifetime sales on behalf of local owners who have been so devoted to the area’s tourism industry,” said Suzuki.

The JLL Capital Markets Debt Advisory team representing the borrower was led by Managing Director Greg LaBine and Senior Director Amy Lousararian.

“The competitive financing process shows that there is still ample liquidity in the local banking market for well-located assets like the Cape Codder,” said Lousararian.