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Delaware North buys resort on Cape Cod

Delaware North, the Buffalo-based global hospitality and tourism conglomerate, has added to its collection of resorts by purchasing the Sea Crest Beach Hotel on Cape Cod, Mass.

It is the first such establishment Delaware North will own east of the Mississippi River, according to the company.

The 266-room hotel sits on a private, 700-foot-long white sand beach. The nearly 22-acre property has an indoor and outdoor saltwater pool, poolside bar, watercraft and bike rentals and 30,000 square feet of event space.

Scout Hotels, which has managed the Sea Crest Beach Hotel for the past seven years, will continue to oversee the resort. Delaware North will integrate its GuestPath customer-service program and GreenPath environmental-management program into the resort operations.

Delaware North has a significant presence in New England as the owner and operator of TD Garden, home of the NHL’s Boston Bruins, which are owned by Delaware North Chairman Jeremy Jacobs.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed, but the Cape Cod Times reported the property sold for $26.25 million.