Avi Brosh, CEO, Paligroup

Avi Brosh-Palisociety-Stay Boutique Live

A little bit about Avi….

Avi Brosh is the founder, leader and creative force behind the Palisociety platform of hospitality, food and beverage, and residential properties and directly oversees the daily operations of all company ventures and brand development. Avi spearheads Palisociety’s concept innovation, design direction, development execution and operational strategies and instills a passionate commitment to unique placemaking in all of Palisociety’s brands and business enterprises.

Actively involved in the real estate development and hospitality industries since 1988, Avi has overseen the ground-up and/or adaptive re-use development of over 30 residential, mixed-use and hospitality properties comprising in excess of two million square feet.

Prior to founding Paligroup, Avi was the Executive Vice President of The Braemar Group, a prominent Southern California based real estate development company and is a graduate of Boston University’s School of Business Management.

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Avi @ Stay Boutique Live

Avi will be speaking on the main stage on February 12 at 10:05 AM during the Leadership Edition.

When Avi Brosh conceptualized Palisociety, he set out to create something more than the standard boutique hotel experience. Drawing on his unique perspective, talents, and flair for design, the powerhouse hotelier has begun a journey to build a society: Palisociety. Each Palisociety location blends seamlessly within its neighborhood - details are meticulously planned so that the Palihotels carry chic, luxurious, atmospheres reflective of their creator, with bars and cuisines inspired by their locations and open to encourage guests and locals alike to fully integrate themselves within surrounding culture. Brosh speaks to us about his story, and the foundation of his own society.



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