Stonebridge appoints VPs of real estate, asset management

Stonebridge Companies' portfolio consists of 62 hotels, including the DoubleTree by Hilton Denver Tech Center. Photo credit: Hilton

Denver-based hotel owner, operator and developer Stonebridge Companies made two high-level appointments recently, naming Rob Hazard VP of real estate and John Davis VP of asset management. The two additions to the company’s leadership will support the company as it targets further growth. Currently, Stonebridge's portfolio consists of 62 hotels with more than 10,500 guestrooms nationwide.

As VP of real estate, Hazard will oversee the firm’s development portfolio. During his more than 25 years in the hospitality industry he has supported the development teams at Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Westin Hotels & Resorts and Interstate Hotels & Resorts. Most recently, he oversaw Hersha Hospitality Trust’s acquisitions and development platform as SVP.

Davis now oversees asset management on a large portion of Stonebridge's portfolio with a focus on maximizing hotel operating performance and capital investments. Previously, he served as VP of asset management for Woodbine Development Corp., asset manager for Broadreach Capital Partners and director of finance and accounting for four Marriott International properties.


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“We couldn’t be more pleased to welcome such talent to our leadership team at Stonebridge Companies,” COO Chris Manley said in a statement. “Not only will these seasoned professionals further enhance our company’s continued growth, but they will also support our team of dedicated associates as we expand our commitment to providing distinguished hospitality to our guests.”

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