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HALL Structured Finance originated a $52-million loan for the development of The Somm Hotel and Spa in the Seattle suburb of Woodinville, WA

HSF Originates $52M Loan for Woodinville Hotel Development

Dallas-based private lender HALL Structured Finance (HSF) originated a $52-million loan for the development of The Somm Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection in the Seattle suburb of Woodinville, WA. The developer is Woodinville Hotel Partners, LLC. Brian Holstein with US Hotel Advisors brokered the deal. 

The 164-room, luxury Somm Hotel and Spa, Autograph Collection, will feature a 5,661-square-foot spa, full-service restaurant with a private dining room, a 3,000-square-foot rooftop bar with views of Mount Rainier, meeting space, and 9,000 square feet of retail space. The hotel will be the centerpiece of Harvest Wine Village, a 20-acre master planned development. 

“Woodinville Hotel Partners, along with their equity partner Alco Investment Company, have put together an exciting business plan for The Somm Hotel and Spa and we are looking forward to being involved with the development,” said HSF VP Brian Mitchell. “The hotel is ideally located for business travelers, business groups and conferences, while also offering high-end dining, retail, and wine tasting experiences for the leisure traveler.” 


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