Here’s how much the new owner paid for the Hilton Carillon
February 13, 2021 - An investment partnership paid just under $31.7 million for the Hilton St. Petersburg Carillon Park. The hotel, a popular meeting venue, sold on Jan. 28, but the sales price was not disclosed until a deed for the property was filed Feb. 12 in Pinellas County. The new owner is LAH SPH LLC, a joint venture between Lubert-Adler Real Estate Funds and Hersha Hospitality Management, according to Connect Florida, a commercial real estate news publication. Both companies are based in Philadelphia. HHM operates 135 full-service, select service and extended-stay hotels across the United States. The former owner of the Hilton Carillon, Hobbs & Curry Family Limited Partnership in Fort Smith, Arkansas, was represented in the deal by The Plasencia Group in Tampa. The Hilton Carillon opened in 2006 and has 227 rooms and 16,000 square feet of meeting space.