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Completing hundreds of real estate investment transactions valued at more than $5 billion in total market capitalization, Peachtree has distinct business divisions to source its equity and debt investments and service the assets.

Investment

Originating, underwriting and executing hotel real estate investments

Property Management

Driving hotel performance through operational excellence and customer service

Asset Management

Protecting the interests of hotel owners and investors throughout the investment cycle

Development

Developing, repositioning and renovating hotels

Lending

Providing preferred equity financing, permanent, bridge and mezzanine loans

Capital Markets

Investment strategies that successfully manage risk while creating long-term value

Element Orlando Universal Blvd
Cumberland House Knoxville, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
Hilton Garden Inn/Home2 Suites Orlando Downtown

Who We Are

Our people are our advantage. With decades of experience in the hospitality industry, our relationships built over time and solidified by real-world experiences differentiate us.

Our deep industry knowledge sees us through all phases of the economic cycle and creates value for all stakeholders.

Flexible and entrepreneurial, we have the power to pivot with agility and execute with confidence.

400+

HOTELS

$5.3B

CAPITALIZATION

Latest News

BURE

Greg Friedman caught up with the Boston University Real Estate Club to discuss Peachtree’s evolution, current investment activities, the impact of Covid-19, and more for the Club’s Leaders in Real Estate Guest Speaker Series.

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Peachtree Hotel Group Appoints Randy Lee as Vice President of Investments

Peachtree Hotel Group announced that Randy Lee has joined the company as vice president of investments. Lee’s responsibilities will include managing the company’s dispositions and supporting real estate investment executions.

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Stonehill, a lending division within Peachtree Hotel Group, has provided TPI Hospitality with $104 million in construction debt for it to build out its long-planned Margaritaville Resort in Fort Myers Beach, Fla., Commercial Observer has learned.

The financing from Stonehill was just another step along its campaign to help fill the void that currently exists in the market for hospitality construction debt. Most recently, the lender originated a $28 million loan to fund construction on a 167-key, all-suite Marriott SpringHill Suites hotel in Tampa.

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