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Fort Lauderdale ICW marina sold

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The Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina, one of the three large-yacht marinas near the 17th Street Causeway bridge, has been sold.

Various news outlets have reported the sale by Blackstone Group to Thayer Lodging Group, a subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management. The nine-acre property, which has a 589-room hotel and 33-slip marina, reportedly sold for $170.6 million. Thayer also owns the Diplomat Beach Resort on Hollywood beach.

New York City-based Blackstone once owned Bahia Mar Yachting Center a little farther north up the ICW (which it sold in 2014) and Pier 66 directly across the ICW (which it sold in 2016).

To read more about the Hilton deal, click here and here.

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