PITTSBURGH — Marcus & Millichap has brokered the sale of the former 223-room Embassy Suites Pittsburgh Airport hotel in Coraopolis for $25 million. Coraopolis is located about five miles north of Pittsburgh International Airport. The hotel, which was built in 1990, closed in early 2018. Jerry Swon and Daniel Zagoria represented the seller, NHH CMS Pittsburgh LP, in the transaction. The buyer was a private developer. The Pittsburgh Post Gazettehas reported that the building will be repurposed into a 220-unit assisted living and memory care facility called Tapestry Senior Living at Moon Township. The property is located on a hilltop and is highly visible from the intersection of Coraopolis Heights Road and Cherrington Parkway.