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Concord Summit Capital Secures $98M Refinancing for Margaritaville Resort Orlando

Concord Summit Capital has arranged a $98.3 million loan to refinance Margaritaville Resort Orlando, a 186-room resort in Orlando’s Kissimmee submarket.

The resort opened in 2019 and was recognized by Tripadvisor as 2020 winners of the Travelers’ Choice Award. The award is based on a full year of Tripadvisor reviews, and winners must rank in the top 10% of hospitality businesses from around the world.

Kevin O’Grady, Justin Neelis and Daniel Rojo of Concord Summit secured the financing on behalf of the owner and developer, Encore Capital Management. Starwood Property Trust provided the loan, which refinances the existing construction senior and mezzanine debt and provides additional capital for an expansion of the resort. Encore plans to build 75 additional hotel rooms on the east wing of the resort after the financing.

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