6186 Managing Director Hospitality Acquisitions & Development, Los Angeles, CA
Responsible for the company’s long-term strategy with a view to growth, creating investor returns, and long-term value. This responsibility includes new unit development, through acquisitions and new construction.
. Includes asset management and oversight of hotels under third party management to ensure that the portfolio and individual assets meet targeted goals for positioning and short-term and long-term returns.
This individual will likely already have deep contacts and relationships in the market (including brokers, landlords, and developers) which can be leveraged to identify new on- and off-market leads on properties.
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