U.S. Lodging Investors (USLI) identifies and acquires first-class hotel assets throughout the United States, whether encumbered or un-encumbered by management. USLI joint ventures with institutional equity investors and provides aggressive asset management services for its partners. Seeking value-added investments, USLI has the experience and capabilities to recognize under-valued hotel assets and the skills to maximize value for superior returns.
Mark J. Rosinsky is Chief Executive Officer of U.S. Lodging Investors (USLI). Mark sources potential acquisitions of value-add hotel properties, underwrites them, and crafts joint ventures with institutional equity investors to purchase assets. Mark has over thirty-five years of experience in the hospitality industry.
A graduate of Cornell University, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Administration. After a year working with Stephen Rushmore, Sr. at Helmsley Spear Hospitality Services, Mark became an officer at Chase Manhattan Bank, appraising in all sectors of real estate, with a focus on hotels. Subsequently, Mark re-joined Rushmore at Hospitality Valuation Services (HVS International) as one of its founding members. During his eleven-year tenure at HVS, he performed numerous appraisal and consulting assignments throughout the United States and abroad. Mark then transitioned his focus to hotel acquisitions at HEI Hotels & Resorts, being instrumental in rapidly growing the company from 4 to 22 properties, until its acquisition by Starwood Lodging Trust. In 1997, Mark partnered with Murray Dow to co-found The Dow Hotel Company. As Senior Vice President – Hotel Investments, he led all of the firm's property acquisition efforts as well as procuring numerous third-party management contracts. Total assets secured by him exceeded $300 million.
Mark founded USLI in January 2015 to pursue a broader range of hospitality asset acquisitions.