Gus Moors | Colliers International | Sydney CBD

Gus Moors

B.Comm, MComm

Head of Hotels | Australia

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About

Professional Summary

Having joined Colliers in early 2014, I have subsequently sold over $180 million of hotel assets across Victoria and NSW, including the largest hotel transaction in Victoria since 2008, being Bell City Preston for $143 million.

Prior to joining Colliers, I was Director of Asset Management for Tourism Asset Holdings Limited (TAHL), Australia's largest hotel owner and responsible for selling down this portfolio totalling over $1.5 billion.

Before TAHL, I was with Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels for 7 years, as Head of Asset Management and Chief Operating Officer for the Hotels group across Asia Pacific.

Accomplishments

 - Bell City Preston - sale of 844 room hotel and commercial complex for $143 million
 - City Hotel Sydney - sale of 52 room hotel in Sydney's CBD for $21 million
 - Sydney Conference & Training Centre - sale of purpose built conference centre in Sydney's northern suburbs for $12.5 million


During the 4 years I was with TAHL I was responsible for the sell down of the portfolio which totalled $1.5 billion, including Australia's largest hotel transaction, a portfolio sale of $800 million to ADIA. I also transacted New Zealand's largest hotel deal, being a portfolio sale to Host.

I have asset managed hotels throughout Australia across a broad range of star ratings.  My intimate understanding of hotel operations and property fundamentals will add material value to vendors seeking to sell their properties.

Education

MComm (Accounting); BComm (Marketing & Hospitality Management)

Memberships & Involvements

Property Council of Australia - Hotel Committee Member

Clients

"ADIA, Winten Property Group, Asia Pacific Group, Accor Asia Pacific"", GIC, LaSalle

Services

Property Type
Hotels
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