HREC Investment Advisors arranges sale of Pennsylvania Hilton Garden Inn

The Hilton Garden Inn Allentown, Pa.

HREC Investment Advisors arranged the sale of the 111-room Hilton Garden Inn Allentown West located in Allentown, Pa. The buyer was MCR Development.

Ketan Patel, managing director in HREC Investment Advisors’ Washington D.C. office, and Mark von Dwingelo, SVP at HREC, exclusively represented the seller, Keystone Lodging Enterprises, during the transaction.

The Hilton Garden Inn is located in the city of Allentown, which is the largest municipality in the Lehigh Valley of eastern Pennsylvania. The Hilton Garden Inn's location provides guests with access to downtown Allenton and visibility from Interstate 78. The property is located within the Lehigh Valley, which has recently experienced significant growth. The local area has worked its way into the top five Northeast markets for economic development, and the hotel is proximate to various corporate and leisure demand generators. It is also located 13 miles from Lehigh Valley International Airport.

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On-property amenities include audio/visual equipment rentals, a business center, complimentary printing services, meeting rooms and secretarial services. The property also provides children’s activities, a 24-hour Pavillion Pantry Market, a complimentary beverage area, coin-operated laundry an on-site convenience store, room service and more.

The hotel also provides access to a fitness room and a pool, as well as an outdoor fire pit.

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