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Real estate investment firm Excel Group has acquired the Hampton Inn & Suites Yonkers in Yonkers, NY

Excel Group Acquires Strategically Located Hampton Inn in Yonkers

Arlington, VA-based real estate investment firm Excel Group recently completed the acquisition of the 150-key Hampton Inn & Suites Yonkers, NY. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. 

The asset benefits from a strategic location in the center of a mixed-use complex that includes two major hospitals, medical offices, corporate offices, industrial manufacturing, and retail outlets. The local market has seen significant demand growth over the past five years, including the development of Lions Gate film studios, which will bring approximately one million square feet of studio and office space to Yonkers in 2023. 

“We are very excited to add another hotel in Westchester County,” said Excel Group founder Shoham Amin. “The local market fits our investment criteria as we search for assets with diverse and stable demand drivers.” The hotel benefits from a diversified market with material demand driven from healthcare, sports, education, film production and corporate. 


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