RJB Financing, which bought the hotel out of bankruptcy in 2012, is selling the property, said
NRC is facilitating the sale, and Levy said the hotel and the riverfront property could be bought separately.
RJB purchased the property in 2012 for approximately
Levy said the hotel would continue to operate during the sale process.
RJB is the financial operator of the hotel and bought it with the intention of eventually selling it, Levy said.
"They are not hotel operators," he said.
RJB bought the properties after they were put up for sale in the fall of 2011 under pressure of bankruptcy proceedings.
Grand Soleil's bankruptcy proceedings followed recent years of financial woes and a failed attempt to develop a proposed casino project.
Levy said he believes the hotel and the riverfront property are a great buying opportunity for someone.
The first building has three stories and 65 rooms and was rebuilt from the foundation up in 2008, while the second building is two stories with 28 rooms and a rooftop penthouse and was refurbished in 2008.
The hotel has a restaurant, banquet and meeting facilities, a pool with a hot tub and a poolside bar and grill.
The adjacent 20.9-acre riverfront property has had
Information about the sale and properties can be viewed at nrc.com/1407.
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