Hyatt Regency Indianapolis sold to joint venture

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced that a Hyatt affiliate sold the 499-room Hyatt Regency Indianapolis to a private equity joint venture for approximately $71 million. The joint venture members include Silverpeak Real Estate Partners, a privately held real estate investment advisory business, and executives of Davidson Hotels & Resorts. The Purchaser intends to spend approximately $4 million in additional capital expenditures over the next three years. As part of the sale, a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a franchise agreement with the purchaser and the hotel will retain its Hyatt Regency branding.

Hyatt Regency Indianapolis is conveniently located near local attractions, including the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Conner Prairie Interactive History Park and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and is just 10 miles from the Indianapolis International Airport. Located at One South Capital Avenue in historic downtown Indianapolis, the 22-story hotel shares an atrium with the PNC Center and is connected via climate-controlled walkway to the Indianapolis Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, Circle Center Mall and the Arts Garden. Hyatt Regency Indianapolis is also within walking distance of the state capitol, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and the NCAA Hall of Fame.

Hotel amenities include more than 35,000 square feet of meeting space, indoor pool, 24-hour Stay Fit™ gym and cardio center and bicycle rentals. The hotel also offers four dining options: One South, serving breakfast and lunch, Level One lounge, a full-service Starbucks and the rotating Eagle’s Nest rooftop. Guest rooms are equipped with plush Hyatt Grand Beds®, an oversized work area and modern amenities like flat-screen televisions.

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