Hagerstown Convention Center To Be Sold At Auction

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) — The Hagerstown Hotel and Convention Center will be sold at a foreclosure auction.

The auction is set for Tuesday morning at the entrance to the Washington County Courthouse.

According to the auction notice, the owners have defaulted on their 2006 financing agreements with a bank.

The hotel’s general manager says a California investment firm purchased the note on the property in December and is proceeding with a foreclosure.

The property includes a 108-room hotel, restaurant and meeting facilities.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

  • sheriffwillie

    Like who want’s to go to Hagerstown for a convention?? Duh!…..That place is only good for a prison & runaways from West Virginia.

  • pigeon

    What foreigner is going to own this piece of Maryland? We aren’t selling this country down the drain – we are selling it off to foreign entities. Hell, look how much we owe other countries – especially Japan & China. Keep it up and we won’t even be the USA anymore. We have multimillion/multibillion companies in the USA owned outside the country, who are ever glad to take our money but turn their backs on us (Target is the worse). How many products have you purchased that notes “made with pride in the USA”? We need to start reading labels and keep our money here where it belongs. GREED KILLS PRIDE!

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