A classic tripartite tall building designed by a New York City architect, this is one of the downtown hotels constructed in the prosperous 1920s. The dark-red brick and limestone Colonial Revival building has a three-story base featuring a cast-iron-enclosed balcony on the second floor. The six stories of the main block above are capped by a highly decorated top story with iron railings. Renovated in 2011 by Spectrum Design, the hotel also includes apartments and retail and office space.
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Patrick Henry Hotel
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