The loans will be used to refinance the Hilton Garden Inn in Flowood, Miss.; the Hampton Inn in West Point, Miss.; and the Tru by Hilton in McDonough, Ga.

The property will come down to make way for a 2-million-square-foot office tower, which will include a smaller version of the Grand Hyatt.

The centerpiece of the Catch Las Vegas dining room is a Mediterranean olive tree that stretches up to a faux skylight.

Designed by WhiteWater, the 60-foot water slide tower will have seven slides.

The design of the hotel's lobby was overseen by California-based design studio Salt + Bones.

The 10-year, interest-only, nonrecourse loan was originated on behalf of Finvarb Group.

Slated to open in 2020, 180-room hotel is the adaptive reuse of a Historic Core area building built in 1927.

The four hotels opened in New Mexico, Washington, Florida and Georgia.