The Excel Group is a privately-held real estate acquisition and asset management company headquartered in the Washington DC area. The firm focuses on acquiring hotel investments with significant upside potential – including distressed hotel loans and fee simple assets in the United States. Excel’s unique platform integrates rigorous financial and legal structuring with professional real estate asset management as it identifies, finances, and manages real estate investments. Excel seeks to build its portfolio of real estate investments, while diversifying a growing investor group’s capital across multiple investments and brands. Its investment activities are supported by its asset management division, which enables the company to provide high-level strategic and operational oversight to deliver superior value creation.

Type
Private
HQ
Arlington, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
18 (est)+6%
Excel Group was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Arlington, US
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Key People/Management at Excel Group

Shoham Amin

Shoham Amin

Managing Partner
Dan Lin

Dan Lin

Vice President – Asset Management
Benjamin Hur

Benjamin Hur

Vice President – Finance & Accounting
Jeff Bartholomew

Jeff Bartholomew

Vice President – Development
Robert Brewer

Robert Brewer

Director, Acquisitions and Development

Excel Group Office Locations

Excel Group has offices in Arlington and Jacksonville
Arlington, US (HQ)
1012 1901 Fort Myer Dr
Jacksonville, US
11262 Old St Augustine Rd
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Excel Group Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011
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Excel Group News and Updates

Excel Group sells four Florida hotels for $58.5 mln

Excel Group has sold four Florida hotels for $58.5 million. The buyer was not identified. Included in the sale are the Hilton Garden Inn Tampa North, the Hilton Garden Inn Oldsmar and the Hampton Inn Oldsmar.

Excel Group acquires Washington, D.C. hotel

Washington, D.C-based Excel Group, a real estate investment firm, has acquired the Hyatt Place Washington DC / US Capitol, a 14-story, 200-room hotel. No financial terms were disclosed.
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