Rockbridge Acquires Recently Renovated 333-Room Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel

USA, Columbus, Ohio. July 02, 2019

Rockbridge today announced the acquisition of the 333-room Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia City Avenue Hotel. Pinnacle Hotel Management will manage the hotel.

Located close to downtown Philadelphia, the convention center, and minutes from local historic landmarks as well as St. Joseph's University, the recently renovated hotel is well-regarded and highly rated by both business and leisure travelers.

"We are excited to acquire this Courtyard in a great market like Philadelphia," said Chris Diffley, Managing Director, Investment Group at Rockbridge. "We are also pleased to continue our relationship with a solid, reliable partner like Pinnacle while deepening our Marriott portfolio."

The recent renovation touched nearly all aspects of the hotel including all guest rooms and suites. Other features include the Bistro Restaurant with all-day dining, bar, and patio, The Market, more than 6,300 square feet of meeting space, a 3,000 square foot ballroom, 24-hour fitness center, and indoor heated pool.

The acquisition is the seventh deal overall with Pinnacle. The hotel will remain a Marriott branded property.

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