Wyndham Worldwide

  • Wyndham to Buy La Quinta for $2B

    The transaction will expand Wyndham’s hotel portfolio to 21 brands and more than 9,000 properties, and result in the spinoff of La Quinta’s owned real estate assets into the newly formed CorePoint Lodging Inc., which will hold the distinction of being the only pure-play, publicly traded REIT focused exclusively on midscale and upper-midscale lodging.

    National 22 January 2018 14:19
  • Griffin Capital Goes Shopping in NJ

    Griffin Capital Corp. has acquired the corporate headquarters facility occupied by one of the world’s largest hospitality companies.

    Northeast 01 July 2015 13:48
  • Wyndham to Open First Upscale Hotel in Kenya

    New Jersey-based Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, a subsidiary of Wyndham Worldwide recently signed a management agreement for its first upscale hospitality property in Africa

    International 02 October 2014 17:10

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