Marcus & Millichap sells Radisson in Washington, D.C.

Marcus & Millichap sold the Radisson Largo-Washington, D.C., a 184-room hotel in Largo, Md. The $10.45 million sales price equates to $56,800 per room.

David Greenberg, VP investments in Marcus & Millichap’s Fort Lauderdale office, along with Jonathan Ruprai, senior associate, and Dennis Hopper, associate, both in the firm’s Tampa office, represented the seller, Philadelphia-based AMC Delancey. Gordon Allred, first VP investments in Marcus & Millichap’s Ontario, Calif., office, and Karianne Cibello, associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, represented the locally based buyer.

The property is located at 9100 Basil Court in Largo, Md. off the Capitol Beltway at Exit 17A. FedEx Field, Computer Science Corp., Six Flags America, the Internal Revenue Service, Andrew’s Air Force Base, the University of Maryland-College Park and other area businesses and attractions are nearby.

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