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Hotel AG Welcomes Thierry Roch - Opens Metropolitan DC Office

ATLANTA – April 26, 2016 – Hotel Assets Group, LLC (Hotel AG), announced today that Thierry G. Roch has joined the firm in Arlington, Virginia and will lead the metropolitan Washington, DC office for the company. 

Andrew Broad, co-president of Hotel AG, commented, “The firm is always looking for ways to further serve our clients.  With the exponential growth in the luxury, lifestyle and boutique segment, we strongly believe the secondary market for such hotels will continue to grow.  The firm has now put into place a team that is widely respected within all segments of hotel real estate.”

About Thierry Roch
Thierry Roch is a commercial real estate professional with more than 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry.  His extensive network has been developed per his past experience as Vice President of Corporate & Industry Affairs at the American Hotel & Motel Association, Executive Director of Historic Hotels of America and Vice President of Hospitality Partners at Forbes Travel Guide.  Thierry’s relationships include national and international owners, operators and developers as well as senior executives of both branded and independent lodging and tourism companies.  Roch is a graduate of the University of Virginia (Civil Engineering), a graduate of the Institutes for Organizational Management at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, fluent in French and Spanish, and specializes on brokering sales, leasing and development transactions of historic, independent and boutique hotel properties.

Brad Sinclair, co-president of the firm, remarked, “Thierry comes from a deep hospitality background and will add his resume to that of Hotel AG. We believe his tenure within the hotel industry will complement the Hotel AG brand and we are thrilled he will be opening our office in the greater metropolitan DC area.  We have great respect for his knowledge of the hospitality industry and look forward to having him lead the DC team.”

 

 
published: 06-02-2016

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