Daniel Marre's practice is focused in the areas of real estate transactions and development, with emphasis on international real estate and hotel transactions. He has significant experience with all facets of the commercial property industry (hotel, office and retail), including acquisitions, dispositions, construction, development, financing and leasing. Daniel has spent extensive time on the acquisition, development and financing of hotel properties throughout the world (in particular, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Caribbean), as well as negotiation of hotel management agreements with some of the world's largest hotel management companies.
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