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Banyan Picks Up Trio of Madison Hotel Properties

Banyan Investment Group completed the $50-million acquisition of a three-hotel portfolio in Madison, WI. The company will also operate the properties, including the 127-key Courtyard by Marriott Madison East, 130-key Fairfield Inn & Suites Madison East, and the 115-key Hampton Inn Madison East Towne Mall Area.

“In addition to expanding our footprint into the Great Lakes region, this portfolio aligns perfectly with our strategy of targeting strong markets with multiple demand generators that are well-positioned to weather all phases of the economic cycle,” said Banyan CIO Andy Chopra.

Chopra noted that all three hotels benefit from being located near Fortune 500 companies in Madison, “as well as their proximity to Minneapolis, Milwaukee and Chicago.”

He added that Madison is “the ideal Big 10 college town, home to the University of Wisconsin’s main campus. This creates year-round demand from students, families, government, business and leisure travelers to the area.”


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