Hilton Worldwide opens dual-branded hotel in Oklahoma City's Bricktown

The new hotel marks the 10th Hilton Garden Inn and fourth Homewood Suites in Oklahoma and employs about 90 people. The 11-story hotel building has 155 Hilton Garden Inn rooms and 100 Homewood Suites rooms.
by Richard Mize Modified: February 15, 2014 at 10:00 am •  Published: February 15, 2014

Hilton Garden Inn Oklahoma City-Bricktown and Homewood Suites by Hilton Oklahoma City-Bricktown, a dual-branded hotel, opened quietly and almost immediately had new owners — the same Virginia-based real estate investment trust that bought nearby Hampton Inn & Suites in 2010.

Apple Ten Oklahoma, an LCC of Apple REIT in Richmond, Va., one of the largest owners of Hilton-branded hotels in the country, purchased the new hotel property at 328 E Sheridan Ave. from Raymond Management, a Wisconsin-based multi-brand hotel company, for $31,582,000, according to county assessor’s records. The hotels opened in January.

Apple REIT paid Raymond Management $32 million for the Hampton Inn & Suites, 300 E Sheridan, four years ago.

Hilton Worldwide said the Hilton Garden Inn-Homewood Suites is its 14th dual-branded hotel in North America and the 13th with Homewood Suites.

“We continue to see great success with the dual-branded hotel model, as it caters to a wide array of guests with varying needs and desires,” Hilton spokesman Phil Cordell said. “We’re excited to add another dual-build to our portfolio and bring the unique concept to Oklahoma.”

Cordell cited the strong Oklahoma City economy and growing attraction to visitors.

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by Richard Mize
Real Estate Editor
Real estate editor Richard Mize has edited The Oklahoman's weekly residential real estate section and covered housing, commercial real estate, construction, development, finance and related business since 1999. From 1989 to 1999, he worked...
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We continue to see great success with the dual-branded hotel model, as it caters to a wide array of guests with varying needs and desires. We’re excited to add another dual-build to our portfolio and bring the unique concept to Oklahoma.”

Phil Cordell,
Hilton spokesman

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