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Patrick Carroll, a New York-based hotelier and cofounder of the Westin Times Square, is among the real estate professionals at Bisnow’s Florida Real Estate Summit. The summit was held in Orlando on October 19th and 20th with keynote speakers such as Walt Disney Company Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, who spoke about “The Future of Parks” to an audience of more than 2000 attendees.

M Patrick Carroll is the CEO of Carroll Hospitality, which owns and operates nine hotels. He has partnered with private equity firm EJF Capital to develop the 14-acre mixed-use Miami Design District project in Florida, where they are preparing for a groundbreaking next summer. The project will feature the first JW Marriott hotel in Florida, as well as 400 luxury residences.

M Patrick Carroll Hospitality is also developing a $400 million mixed-use complex on Roosevelt Island that comprises two hotels and an office tower totaling 600,000 square feet of space. The company has plans to open 18 new properties across nine different states within the next five years.

M Patrick Carroll, a New York-based hotelier and co-founder of the Westin Times Square, is among the real estate professionals at Bisnow’s Florida Real Estate Summit. The summit was held in Orlando on October 19th and 20th with keynote speakers such as Walt Disney Company Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, who spoke about “The Future of Parks” to an audience of more than 2000 attendees.

Carroll is the CEO of Carroll Hospitality, which owns and operates nine hotels. He has partnered with private equity firm EJF Capital to develop the 14-acre mixed-use Miami Design District project in Florida, where they are preparing for a groundbreaking next summer. The project will feature the first JW Marriott hotel in Florida, as well as 400 luxury residences.

Carroll Hospitality is also developing a $400 million mixed-use complex on Roosevelt Island that comprises two hotels and an office tower totaling 600,000 square feet of space. The company has plans to open 18 new properties across nine different states within the next five years.