ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Peachtree Hotel Group ("Peachtree") announced that Randy Lee has joined the company as vice president of investments. Lee’s responsibilities will include managing the company’s dispositions and supporting real estate investment executions.
Lee most recently served as real estate principal at G6 Hospitality, where he notably managed the organization’s 510-hotel property portfolio, including its commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) obligation. Before that, he was vice president at Mumford Company, responsible for successfully closing the largest multi-year hotel portfolio disposition in the organization’s history. He also served as vice president – real estate & development for Accor North America.
“With roughly 30 years of hotel real estate experience, we are excited to expand our strong team of real estate professionals with someone of Randy’s knowledge, expertise and industry contacts,” said Brian Waldman, Peachtree’s executive vice president, investments. “I am confident his breadth of experience with hotel real estate transactions, asset management and financing will meaningfully contribute to the company as we execute larger and more complex transactions.”
Lee earned his bachelor's degree in restaurant, hotel and institutional management from Texas Tech University.
About Peachtree Hotel Group
Peachtree is a real estate private equity investment firm investing primarily in hospitality. Since its founding in 2008, the company has completed hundreds of real estate investments valued at more than $5 billion in total market capitalization, and currently has $1.9 billion in equity under management. For more information, visit www.peachtreehotelgroup.com.