Holiday Inn Baltimore – Inner Harbor Closes, Property Under New Ownership

| November 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Holiday Inn Baltimore – Inner Harbor hotel at 301 W. Lombard St. in Downtown closed and the property now has new ownership after two years of being in receivership. From Baltimore Business Journal:

The hotel closed for good on Oct. 13, according to a receiver’s report filed this month in Baltimore City Circuit Court. The Holiday Inn building at 301 W. Lombard St. recently sold at auction for $21.2 million, court records show, but the next steps for the downtown property are still unclear.

The records list Neil Kadisha as the new owner of the 365-room hotel property. The BBJ could not immediately confirm whether that’s the same Neil Kadisha who is a managing partner at the Beverly Hills-based Omninet Group, a private investment firm, as well as one of California’s wealthiest residents, with a net worth of $2.7 billion in 2019, according to the Los Angeles Business Journal.

The Holiday Inn Baltimore – Inner Harbor underwent a $4.5-million renovation in 2016. Pappas Seafood Co. partnered on a sports bar in the hotel in 2017.

The hotel was built in 1964 and once had an revolving restaurant on the top floor with 360-degree views of Baltimore.

The property, which spans and entire city block between W. Lombard St., S. Eutaw St., W. Pratt St., and S. Howard St., has three buildings and surface parking.

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