>Four Seasons San Francisco in default

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>Millennium Partners is in default on its two-year $90 million loan for the 277-room Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, according to the developer.
The luxury condo and hotel developer and operator has purposefully stopped making debt payments as a strategy to jump start renegotiating the debt with the special server, LNR Property Corp. The Four Seasons is the second luxury hotel to default on its debt payments in recent weeks. The owners of the 393-room Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel in Nob Hill, funds controlled by JER Partners, defaulted on a $89 million loan, according to lender Barclays Capital.

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