Miami firm buys 4 hotels in Alabama for $36 million

Sefira Capital LLC acquired the Mobile-area hotels for about $80,000 per room

TRD MIAMI /
Mar.March 26, 2017 01:00 PM

Homewood Suites hotel in Daphne, Alabama

Miami-based Sefira Capital LLC  paid $36 million for a portfolio of four hotels in Alabama, the firm’s first investment outside Florida.

Sefira paid about $80,000 per room for the Hilton-branded hotels, which have a total of 440 rooms.

The firm acquired an 80-room Hampton Inn in Mobile, Alabama, and three hotels in nearby Daphne, Alabama: a 104-room Homewood Suites, a 124-room Hilton Garden Inn and a 132-room Hampton Inn.

The Alabama acquisition is Sefira’s fifth project. The boutique investment firm also acquired a hotel in Cocoa Beach and an office complex in Tampa, and developed a multifamily residential property in Jacksonville and a self-storage facility in Naples.

Mijael Attias and Aby Galsky formed Sefira Capital in September 2015 to acquire and develop commercial real estate.


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