ATLANTA—Atlanta hotel transactions in 2015 will probably break records even as investors in greater Atlanta’s lodging industry are reaping record returns. So says the latest research from Hospitality Real Estate Counselors (HREC).

The high-profile hotel deals just keep coming. There’s the newly-built 228-room Hilton Garden Inn and Homewood Suites dual-branded hotel in Midtown by Carey Watermark Investors. There’s also the upcoming sale of the Downtown Atlanta 128-room Home2 Suites by Hilton to Apple Hospitality REIT when construction is complete in September.

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