GIC Poised to Purchase Paulson’s Resort Properties

The Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) is poised to purchase a collection of resorts owned by Paulson & Co. for $1.5 billion. This is following zero competing bidders that emerged for the bankrupt properties.

Singapore’s GIC was a creditor in the bankruptcy case. Their bid includes cash and debt owed to the GIC. According to recent court filings, those properties include: Grand Wailea, La Quinta, the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix, the Claremont resort in Berkeley, California, and property at the Doral.

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