Pebblebrook Hotel Trust Completes Sale of Villa Florence San Francisco on Union Square for $87.5m

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. September 13, 2021

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust announced that it closed on the sale of the 189-room Villa Florence San Francisco on Union Square in San Francisco, CA for $87.5 million to a third party.

Based on the hotel's operating performance for 2019, the $87.5 million reflects a 12.4x EBITDA multiple and a 7.2% net operating income capitalization rate (after an assumed annual capital reserve of 4.0% of total hotel revenues). The EBITDA multiple and net operating income capitalization rate are adjusted for the annualized impact of current retail rental income and a one-time retail lease termination fee.

Proceeds from the sale of Villa Florence San Francisco on Union Square will be used for general corporate purposes and acquiring hotel properties in accordance with the Company's investment strategy.

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