Hogan Lovells advises Ivanhoé Cambridge on the sale of four hotels in Paris
Hogan Lovells has advised Ivanhoé Cambridge in relation to the sale of a portfolio of four hotels located in the centre of Paris to a joint venture made up of a real-estate fund managed by Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing and its operational partner Paris Inn Group.
These four hotels offer a total capacity of more than 600 rooms.
The Hogan Lovells team in charge of the transaction was led by Corinne Knopp, head of the real-estate practice in Paris, assisted by associates Franck Jurquet and Julia Gaspard.
The team also included counsel Laure Nguyen for environmental law, partner Sabine Bironneau and associate Thomas Roy for the financing, counsel Bruno Knadjian for the tax aspects and partner Sébastien Gros for the corporate aspects.
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