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Pebblebrook Hotel Trust officially closed its $5.2 billion acquisition of fellow Bethesda hospitality REIT LaSalle Hotel Properties on Friday, ending a long pursuit that was months in the making. LaSalle (NYSE: LHO) shareholders were given 0.92 shares of Pebblebrook (NYSE: PEB) stock per share of LaSalle stock or the cash equivalent of $37.80 per share — which LaSalle claims is a 48 percent premium over its stock price before merger rumors first caused it to sway. The cash component of the deal is fixed at approximately $1.3 billion, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
Pebblebrook Hotel Trust’s $5.2 billion acquisition of fellow Bethesda hospitality REIT LaSalle Hotel Properties has received the approval of shareholders of both companies. Pebblebrook’s holders signed off Tuesday on the issuance of stock to LaSalle shareholders as part of a deal forged in September following Pebblebrook’s long and complicated pursuit of the company. The final offer that won LaSalle (NYSE: LHO) was 0.92 shares of Pebblebrook (NYSE: PEB) stock per share of LaSalle stock, with up to 30 percent of the shares eligible for cash at $37.80 per share — which LaSalle claims is a 48 percent premium over its stock price before merger rumors first caused it to sway.
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LaSalle Hotel Properties (LHO) delivered FFO and revenue surprises of 7.25% and 2.51%, respectively, for the quarter ended September 2018. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
The real estate investment trust, based in Bethesda, Maryland, said it had funds from operations of $81.4 million, or 74 cents per share, in the period. The average estimate of eight analysts surveyed ...
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U.S. hotel owner Pebblebrook Hotel Trust said it agreed to buy LaSalle Hotel Properties in a $5.2 billion cash-and-stock deal, a day after ditching a $4.8 billion all-cash offer from private equity firm ...
Jon Bortz founded LaSalle Hotel Properties in 1998 and led the lodging company until 2009, when he left to start a new firm, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust. Pebblebrook agreed Thursday to acquire LaSalle for about $5.2 billion, including debt, topping a competing offer from Blackstone Group LP that LaSalle had accepted in May. The combined company will own 66 high-end hotels and resorts in or near 16 U.S. urban markets, making it the largest owner of independent lodging properties at a time when a strong economy is encouraging businesses and consumers to increase spending on travel. “We are very pleased to have reached an agreement to bring Pebblebrook and LaSalle together in a strategic combination that represents a terrific value-maximizing opportunity” for shareholders of both companies, Bortz, Pebblebrook’s chief executive officer, said in a statement.
The board of U.S. hotel owner LaSalle Hotel Properties on Wednesday sided with Pebblebrook Hotel Trust's takeover proposal, ditching a $4.8 billion all-cash offer from private equity firm Blackstone Group ...
The board of LaSalle Hotel Properties said on Wednesday the unsolicited offer from Pebblebrook Hotel Trust constituted a "superior proposal" to that from Blackstone Group LP. The company also said it had sent a notice to Blackstone Group LP to terminate its previous merger agreement. Pebblebrook has offered 0.92 of its common shares per LaSalle share, with the option to receive $37.80 per share in cash up to a maximum of 30 percent in aggregate of the consideration.
U.S. hotel owner LaSalle Hotel Properties said on Monday Pebblebrook Hotel Trust's unsolicited bid may lead to a "superior proposal," intensifying a takeover battle with Blackstone Group LP. Last week, Pebblebrook raised the cash component of its $37.80-per-share offer to a maximum of 30 percent of LaSalle's outstanding shares from 20 percent. Private equity firm Blackstone had made an all-cash offer of $33.50 per share to LaSalle in May.