Boutique vs Branded: Distressed Opportunities in Hospitality
Opportunities are emerging to develop, redevelop, and repurpose Hospitality projects. What is the value proposition for branded or boutique strategies when acquiring distressed hotel properties and how does the geographic location of these assets impact that decision?
- Development / Redevelopment?
- Upbranding / Downbranding?
- Markets | Urban vs. Suburban
- Distressed | Speed of Recovery & Long Term Aspects
Boutique vs Branded Distressed Opportunities in Hospitality
Joseph W. DeMatteo Sr.
- Founder & President @
- JDM Capital Hospitality Management
For almost three decades, Joseph has been a leading industry expert in the fields of hospitality and real estate management. His expertise in all facets of hospitality allows him to create one of a kind experiences that drive consumer demand and consistent returns for investors. An industry thought-leader and dedicated teacher, Joseph has spearheaded the asset management and hospitality programs as a faculty member and lecturer at NYU Masters Program at the Real Estate Institute, and Northeastern University’s D’Amore McKim School of Business.
His educational accomplishments include a B.S. in Finance from the State University of New York, the completion of an Executive Management Program from Harvard Law School, a Degree in Building and Construction Management, Certificates in International Business and Finance & Hotel Operations all from New York University.
JDM Capital Hospitality Management
JDM Capital Hospitality Management Group provides operating and financial support for the day to day management and asset oversight of Hospitality assets. We are actively seeking Redevelopment, Re-Purposing and Acquisitions to be repositioned as a *participating mezzanine, *preferred equity, *GP, and *co-GP partner with a focus on operational control positions.