Vice President Lodging Investments
Youngbin Park is responsible for identifying, evaluating and negotiating the acquisition of prospective hospitality properties.
Prior to joining Avistone, Youngbin was Vice President of Acquisitions and Development for Hersha Hospitality Management where he closed $760 million in hotels acquisitions.
Over the course of his 15-year career in the hotel industry, Youngbin has over $1.1 billion in hotel acquisitions while working at firm such as Hersha Hospitality Management, Brookfield’s Thayer Lodging Group, Trimont Real Estate Advisors, and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners, after starting his career with KPMG.
Youngbin holds a BS in Hotel Administration from Cornell University.
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