RobertDouglas Opens New Office in Nashville

USA, New York, New York. January 18, 2021

RobertDouglas announced today that it has opened a new office in Nashville, Tennessee. The office expands RobertDouglas's national geographic footprint, adding a location that is ideally situated to complement its other offices in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. The announcement was made by firm Principal and Managing Director Evan Hurd, who will manage the Nashville office.

"Prior to the industry slowdown that was caused by Covid, Nashville had become one of the fastest growing markets for hotel development in the country," said Hurd. "As the industry recovers, we expect that trend to continue in Nashville and the greater region and, as a result, feel it is an ideal location for RobertDouglas to establish a presence. The Nashville location also bridges the gap between our offices in New York and California and allows us to have our feet on the ground and be closer to our clients and colleagues in the Midwest and southern United States."

"Even through the pandemic, RobertDouglas continued to be active, advising on transactions for nearly 50 hotels and representing clients and projects located in the Midwest and South," observed Douglas Hercher, a Founder and Managing Director of RobertDouglas. "We have considered for years how best to grow our presence in these markets, so it's exciting to have someone with Evan‘s skills and experience heading that effort out of Nashville and extending our ability to service these critically important markets."



About RobertDouglas

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PDK PR
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