98 North Washington Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02114
Fax: (617) 722-9917
Pinnacle Advisory Group
alternative dispute resolution
litigation support - expert witness
management contract negotiation
market and feasibility studies
conference centre / convention centres
extended stay hotels / corporate apartments
full service hotels
limited / select service hotels
resort mixed use developments
theme parks & attractions
hospitality appraisals valuation
workouts and turnarounds
United States, Mexico, Canada, Caribbean
Numerous speaking engagements at major hotel events such as the American Lodging Investment Summit, the International Restaurant and Foodservice Show, Outlook Boston, Outlook Rhode Island, and events sponsored by the Real Estate Finance Association, New England Women in Real Estate, and the Urban Land Institute.
Extensive experience providing hotel owners, lenders, investors and operators with objective advise on numerous issues pertaining to the hospitality industry.
Market studies, Operational Analysis, Valuation, Litigation Support, Asset Management, Strategic Planning, Due Diligence, Management Contract Negotiation.
Principal, Pannell Kerr Foster, Management - restaurants and Disney World.
BS, School of Hotel Administration,Cornell University
ISHC - Chairman Emeritus New England Real Estate Journal Hotel Industry Advisory Board Massachusetts Lodging Association-Board Member Adjunct professor at Boston University School of Hospitality Administration Cornell Society of Hotelmen Certified as an expert witness on hotel industry issues in numerous state and federal courts
Representative List of Clients
Local, regional, national, and international financial institutions, REITs, private equity firms, hotel companies, developers, public sector agencies, airport authorities, hotel management companies, attorneys, and colleges/universities.
Articles and Publications
Co-editor and an author for Hotel Investments - Issues and Perspectives, published by the American Hotel and Lodging Educational Institute (5 editions), Boston University Hospitality Review