Farallon Capital

  • Hilton Picks Up 2 Neighbors, 1,500 Keys

    Hilton Worldwide has recently announced the acquisition of two Orlando facilities, the Waldorf Astoria Orlando and Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek. The seller was a consortium including affiliates of GEM Realty Capital, Farallon Capital Management and Blackstone. The parties signed a transaction agreement in mid-February, a week before the actual acquisition took place.

    Orlando 22 February 2015 19:44
  • Simon Property Group Goes on $3.5B Spending Spree

    Simon Property Group, the largest real estate company in the United States, went on a $3.5 billion shopping spree Thursday by acquiring a $2 billion stake in Klepierre, a major European retail and office player, and by buying out its joint-venture partner in The Mills U.S. shopping-center properties for $1.5 million.

    International 09 March 2012 14:07

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