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Hotel AG Lists Ex-Cambria Suites Hotel Development (Atlanta Airport)

Hotel Assets GroupHotel Assets Group, LLC, as sole exclusive agent, is pleased to offer the fee-simple interest in the Ex-Cambria Suites Development Atlanta Airport (collectively known as the “Property,” or “Hotel”), a select service hotel located in College Park, Georgia.

The Property, located adjacent to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, was originally designed and constructed as a Cambria Suites by Choice Hotels. Construction began in early 2008 and in mid-2009, the Lender foreclosed on the Property and took control of the Asset. The Property is currently unencumbered by the Cambria Suites franchise. Located adjacent to the world’s busiest airport and world headquarters of Delta Airlines, the Hotel is conveniently located one mile south of the Georgia International Convention Center (GICC). Downtown Atlanta is within 10 miles of the Hotel and home to attractions including Turner Field, Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Philips Arena and the Georgia Dome.

The Hotel consists of one, four-story, interior corridor building. Once complete, the Property will contain approximately 3,000 square feet of meeting space, full kitchen facilities for a Bistro-style restaurant, coffee bar, and lounge. The Property has the potential to add a spa and pool, a business center, a 900-square-foot fitness center (approximate), and a sundry shop. The Property sits on approximately 2.6 acres. The Hotel will house 143 oversized guestrooms with standard guestroom amenities.

Property Highlights

  • Four-story, interior corridor building with 143 oversized guestrooms
  • Adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • Centrally located near numerous downtown Atlanta attractions
  • One mile from the Georgia International Convention Center

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published: 01-24-2014

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