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The flagging Manhattan hotel market may have turned a corner: Hersha

The flagging Manhattan hotel market may have turned a corner: Hersha

UPDATED, Feb. 25, 3.45 p.m.: The tide may be finally beginning to turn for Manhattan hotel investors, thanks to...

The flagging Manhattan hotel market may have turned a corner: Hersha
Hersha sells seven Manhattan hotels to China Cinda for $571M

Hersha sells seven Manhattan hotels to China Cinda for $571M

Hersha Hospitality Trust sold a 70 percent majority interest in seven Manhattan hotels to Chinese investment firm Cindat Capital...

Hersha sells seven Manhattan hotels to China Cinda for $571M
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Hersha buys Hyatt Union Square for $104M

From left: Jay Shah, CEO of Hersha Hospitality, a 2010 rendering of the Hyatt Union Square and Sam Chang of McSam Hotel Group [Updated 10:54 a.m., June 30, with comments from Ashish Parikh, Hersha’s...

Hersha buys Hyatt Union Square for $104M
Sam Chang sells nondescript Hell’s Kitchen hotel to Israeli investors

Sam Chang sells nondescript Hell’s Kitchen hotel to Israeli investors

Hotel developer Sam Chang and 440 West 41st Street (building photo source: PropertyShark) Hotel developer Sam Chang sold a...

Sam Chang sells nondescript Hell’s Kitchen hotel to Israeli investors
Chang closes on $165M sale of Times Square three-pack

Chang closes on $165M sale of Times Square three-pack

From left: Sam Chang and the three hotels at 343, 339 and 337 West 39th Street, respectively Prolific hotel...

Chang closes on $165M sale of Times Square three-pack
Chang to sell West 39th Street three-pack

Chang to sell West 39th Street three-pack

Hotel developer Sam Chang has finally lined up a buyer for his three-pack of budget hotels on West 39th Street, The Real Deal has learned. Chang and his company’s COO Gary Wisinski of McSam...

Chang to sell West 39th Street three-pack
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