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Hotel AG Hires Chelsea Wang to Open San Francisco Office

Chelsea-Wang-Hotel-Assets-Group-San-FranciscoATLANTA, June 23, 2016 – Hotel AG announced today the firm has hired Chelsea Wang to open the Hotel AG San Francisco office.

Chelsea Wang has extensive experience in the hospitality industry in the areas of hotel business development, management, and acquisition. Prior to joining Hotel Assets Group, Chelsea served as an In-House counsel for over six years providing services in hotel management, acquisition, leasing and contract negotiation. She has been a commercial real estate broker for five years specializing in franchised/independent hotel acquisition, new construction and foreign investment development. She has the expertise to service foreign entrepreneurs in hotel acquisition and foreign investment projects. Chelsea is a graduate of the University of California, Davis with a B.S.A. in Philosophy and Biochemistry, and a J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law, California.

“Chelsea comes to Hotel AG from a deep hospitality background with extensive connections through foreign investment developments. She joins Hotel AG at the partnership level and will be very instrumental in Hotel AG’s expansion and development with foreign investments in US hotel real estate,” remarked H. Keith Thompson, principal of Hotel AG.

About Hotel AG

Hotel AG is a national hotel brokerage firm with primary offices in Atlanta, New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. The firm has been involved in 1 hotel transaction every 4 days since January 2013. Today the firm has 237 hotels on the market totaling $3.0 billion in market value. The firm specializes in select service and full service hotels within the U.S. and works with CMBS lenders, whole loan banks, REITs, public companies, investment funds and private investors. The firm has 18 national brokers and 23 partners and can be found online


published: 06-24-2016

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