Liquidation Sale of the Mall of America Grand Hotel, Bloomington, Minnesota
|July 15, 2004 - The Metropolitan Airport Commissions (MAC) has contracted
with NCL/National Content Liquidators, Inc. of Springboro, OH to liquidate
the entire contents at the Mall of America Grand Hotel, formerly the Doubletree
Hotel. The hotel will then be demolished as part of the expansion project
at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. This will be the
third property that NCL has liquidated for the Commission.
The 320-room hotel contents liquidation is being held on-site at the hotel located at 7901 24th Avenue South, Bloomington, MN and opens Thursday, July 15th. and will continue for the next 30 days. Everything in the hotel will be liquidated from silver chafing dishes, crystal chandeliers, guest room and suite furnishings, sofas, artwork, commercial laundry, restaurant and bar furnishings, linens, china and glassware. For further information, contact Don Hayes, Vice President of NCL, at the hotel property, 952-854-8815.
NCL has remarketed the contents of more than 800 hotels and resorts in the continental U.S. and offshore, successfully completing over 300,000 guestrooms ranging in size from 100 to 2,000 room properties. Included in the Springboro, OH based company’s portfolio of satisfied clients are the InterContinental Central Park South, NYC, the Aladdin Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas and the Kona Surf Hotel, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.