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Los Gatos, CA - March 19, 2013 - DiNapoli Capital Partners, a privately held real estate investment firm, is pleased to announce that Heather Turner has joined the firm as Managing Director and Principal. She will lead the firm’s hospitality platform with responsibility for new acquisitions and portfolio management.
“Heather deepens our hotel transactions and asset management expertise as we enter this next cycle of investment,” said F. Matthew DiNapoli, President and CEO of DiNapoli Capital Partners. “We believe the market will present us with compelling opportunities across all of the asset classes that we invest in, and Heather brings new skills to an already superb team.”
Turner joins DiNapoli Capital Partners after eight years at Maritz Wolff & Co and six years at Broadreach Capital Partners where she was the head of the western region for both firms’ hotel portfolios. She is a past board member and the 2011 President of the Hospitality Asset Managers Association. Turner is a graduate of Florida State University and holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
“We are thrilled to have Heather joining DiNapoli Capital Partners as we look forward to a period of rapid growth for not only our hotel platform, but our multi-family, senior housing and office investment efforts as well,” said DiNapoli.
About DiNapoli Capital Partners
DiNapoli Capital Partners ("DCP") is a privately held real estate investment firm engaged in the acquisition, development and management of hotels and commercial real estate assets. The firm was established by F. Matthew DiNapoli, a founding principal of the successful Maritz-Wolff Hotel Equity Funds. The firm employs a disciplined investment approach focused on value creation and capital preservation. DCP’s investments are characterized by direct principal involvement and a meaningful contribution of its principals’ capital which effectively aligns the interests of the firm and its financial partners. For more information, visit www.dinapolicapital.com.
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