Rochester hotel owned by Wazayta firm to be sold at bankruptcy auction

Oct 11, 2016, 7:18am CDT

The 145-room Wyndham Garden hotel in Rochester, MInn., owned by a Wayzata-based hotel group, is set to be sold next month in a bankruptcy auction.

The Post-Bulletin reports on the planned sale, which is being handled by Keen-Summit Capital Partners of New York City.

The hotel’s owners, Wayzata-Rochester 16 Hospitality Associates of Wayzata, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in June. Wayzata-Rochester 16 shares ownership with Wayzata-based Bay Ridge Properties International, which also owns other hotels in Minnesota, North Dakota and Costa Rica, but Bay Ridge isn’t part of the bankruptcy filing.

The bankruptcy sale isn’t expected to affect a Cowboy Jack’s restaurant that opened in the hotel two years ago.

Link to Article in Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal