Miami Law Firm Represents Major Hospitality Brands in Recent Transactions
The deals bring high-end hospitality developments to Punta Cana and Orlando
Miami law firm TA PLLC was recently involved in two major hotel deals in Orlando and Punta Cana involving RCD Hotels and Nobu Hospitality. The full-service business law firm in Miami represented RCD Hotels in an agreement with Nobu Hospitality to bring two new, high-end hotels, residences, and restaurants to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic and Orlando.
“These transactions are noteworthy and significant given the limited offerings of high-end options for accommodations in these markets, especially in a city like Orlando that has been a major player in the hotel world but has gone without real luxury hospitality offerings for a long time,” Ari Tenzer says (pictured), Founder of TA PLLC. “This will be a game changer on that front, and we are very pleased to have played a part in accomplishing this for our client.”
The TA PLLC team represented the owner throughout the transactions, which took several months to negotiate. Both hotels will be developed and constructed from the ground up and include the following:
Nobu Hotel Punta Cana is scheduled to open in 2025, offering 200 guest rooms and suites, including 12 villas, a signature Nobu restaurant, meeting and event spaces, and 50 Nobu residences.
Nobu Hotel Orlando is expected to open in 2025, featuring 300 accommodations, including eight villas, a Nobu restaurant, 50 stylish residences and meeting and event space.
TA PLLC’s representation bolsters the firm’s considerable experience in the hospitality industry. TA PLLC was involved in other Nobu Hotels and Restaurants transactions, including Nobu Miami Beach, Nobu Los Cabos and Nobu Chicago.