EOS Hospitality Acquires The William Vale Luxury Hotel in Brooklyn for $177M in Bankruptcy Sale

by Katie Sloan

NEW YORK CITY — EOS Hospitality has acquired The William Vale, a luxury hotel located at 111 N. 12th St. in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City. The property was purchased for $177 million through a bankruptcy sale.

The acquisition by stalking horse bidder EOS followed a three-year ownership restructuring and litigation process, which was led by Asaf Ravid of All Year Holdings Ltd. The transaction was approved by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York in late May and resulted in the full payment of all outstanding secured bonds.

Developed in 2016 by Riverside Developers, The William Vale rises 21 stories and offers 183 rooms. The property is one of four luxury hotels in Brooklyn and features eateries by restaurateur Andrew Carmellini, 7,300 square feet of indoor and outdoor function spaces, retail and office space.

Eastdil Secured and A&G Real Estate Partners arranged the sale of the property. The partnership also secured the sale of the Williamsburg Hotel, a 147-room property also located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, last summer. 

Manhattan-based EOS Hospitality is a full-service hospitality management company with a portfolio ranging from budget-conscious to five-star luxury properties. 

Katie Sloan 

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