Moody National REIT II to be Surviving Partner in Merger with Moody National REIT I

August 14, 2017

Moody National REIT II to be Surviving Partner in Merger with Moody National REIT I

August 11, 2017 | James Sprow | Blue Vault

(Revised August 15, 2017 at 2:02 p.m., Eastern)

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On August 9, 2017, Moody National REIT I Inc. and Moody National REIT II Inc. amended their merger deal to provide that the latter’s operating partnership will now be the surviving partnership in their proposed combination.

Under the terms of the merger, Moody National REIT II will acquire Moody National REIT I for $11 per share.

Previously, Moody National REIT I’s operating partnership was intended to be the surviving partnership after the merger.

The entity surviving the merger of the companies will continue to be named Moody Merger Sub LLC, according to a filing.

Moody National REIT I owned ten hotel properties located in Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina and Pennsylvania as of March 31, 2017, comprising a total of 1,273 rooms and joint venture interests in a 227-suite hotel property in New Jersey and a 95-suite hotel property in Fort Worth, Texas. As of March 31, 2017, Moody National REIT II owned a 112-room hotel property located in Austin, Texas, a 234-room hotel property located in Seattle, Washington, and a mortgage note receivable from a related party.



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