Dev Hospitality buys Best Western in Boston

Dev Hospitality has purchased the Best Western Plus Roundhouse Suites in Boston from WNW Hospitality Group, a hotel owner and operator based in Great Neck, N.Y., a broker for Newmark Grubb Knight Frank confirmed to Boston.com. The purchase price was not disclosed.

Located at 891 Massachusetts Ave., the 92-room hotel is a six-story brick building originally built in 1875 to store coal gas for the city’s street lights and residences. It was converted to a warehouse early in the 20th century after the streetlight system was electrified.

The hotel is located about two blocks from the Boston Medical Center.

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In a statement, Bhavesh “B.J.” Patel of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank said that the hotel’s new owner plans to continue the hotel’s affiliation with Best Western and make upgrades to the property.

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