Denver Sheraton sold for $210 million

Real estate investors AVR Realty and David Werner Real Estate Investments bought the Sheraton Hotel in Denver for $210 million.

The 1,200-room hotel was built in 1980, and was purchased by Werner and AVR from a partnership between a real estate fund related to Goldman Sachs and California-based Chartres Lodging. Goldman and Chartres purchased the hotel for $176.19 million in 2008, and invested $70 million in the hotel for renovations, adding a new lobby and updated guestrooms.

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