James Frances

  • Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf Acquired by Chesapeake Lodging Trust in $100M Deal

    San Francisco’s improving hospitality market has seen another high-profile deal perfected as investors focus their attention on the city’s increasing appeal for both business and tourism. The Chesapeake Lodging Trust recently closed a deal for the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, paying a purchase fee of around $103.5 million for the hotel, to an affiliate of Hyatt Hotels Corporation. The venue will continue to operate under the Hyatt brand, as the new owner has reportedly agreed a management contract with Evolution Hospitality, who will carry out its duties under a franchise agreement with another Hyatt affiliate.

    San Francisco 05 June 2013 14:57

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