Rockwood Capital and HEI Hotels sell Glendale Hilton for $73.5M

Buyer is Arcadia-based real estate firm Kam Sang Co. Inc.

August 08, 2017 09:30 AM
Glendale Hilton Hotel (Google Maps)
Rockwood Capital and HEI Hotels & Resorts have checked out of the Hilton Los Angeles North hotel in Glendale.

The joint venture sold the 351-room property for $73.5 million, or $209,352 per room, to Arcadia-based real estate development company Kam Sang Co. Inc.

Rockwood and HEI bought the 1.76-acre site in 2014 for $51.6 million, or $147,429 per room, the Los Angeles Business Journal reported. 

Built in 1982, the 19-story hotel at 100 W. Glenoaks Boulevard was last renovated in 2015.

Kam Sang owns several other hotels in Los Angeles including the 272-room Embassy Suites Glendale and the 195-room Courtyard Marriott in Baldwin Hills, according to Real Capital Analytics, which estimates the firm’s holdings at about $1.3 billion. [LABJ] — Subrina Hudson

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