Hotel Capital Announces Launch of Southeast Office in Orlando, Florida

Orlando, FL. December 04, 2017 - 

Hotel Capital, a private equity real estate investment firm focused on the hospitality industry, is excited to announce their expansion in the Southeast. The new office is located at Millenia Park One at 4901 Vineland Road in Orlando. Currently, their central headquarters are in Indianapolis, with a satellite office on the West Coast in San Diego. The new Florida office continues to expand the Hotel Capital footprint and fosters the ability to invest and transact coast to coast.

Hotel Capital CEO Michael Collier believes the expansion is perfectly aligned with the company’s mission to provide debt and equity capital to the hospitality industry nationwide. Collier states, “Opening a Florida office for Hotel Capital has been a goal for many years and we couldn’t have picked a better location than Orlando. Orlando is the hotel mecca of the Southeast with incredible job and demand growth, a vast pool of talented hospitality human resources to tap into, and a very bright economic future. We have big plans for this new office and look forward to building a first-class investment team in Orlando.”

For more information on Hotel Capital’s programs and transactions contact us at 317-632-5555, info@hotelcapital.com, or visit us online at www.hotelcapital.com.


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Devon Vogel
Executive Assistant to the CEO
Hotel Capital, LLC
T: 317-632-5555
E: dvogel@hotelcapital.com
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