The Gravanis brothers put the Como Hotel in Sydney’s south up for sale


High-profile hotelier brothers, Bill and Mario Gravanis, have put one of the oldest buildings in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire on the market.

The Como Hotel is being sold exclusively through Sydney CBD-based HTL, a boutique brokerage business owned and operated by leading hotel specialists.

Perched high on 3000 square metres, the iconic property is sprawled across four levels and has panoramic water and park views.

HTL Property’s Dan Dragicevich, who is one of three listing agents, told The Leader the pub is “a rare listing for Sydney.”

The Gravanis brothers have put The Como Hotel up for sale.

“You see a lot of heritage-looking pubs around, but it’s one of the better looking pub buildings in Sydney,” Mr Dragicevich said.

The Gravanis brothers of Oscars Hotels first bought the property in late 2016 for about $5.6 million from businessmen Geoff Dixon and John Singleton’s then Australian Pub Fund.

Expressions of interest for the property close at midday on September 15 unless sold prior.

READ MORE: The Gravanis brothers pick up Brisbane’s Oakwood hotel for $50 million.

Source: The Leader.




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