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Settles Hotel, Big Spring

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New Owner Plans Restoration of A Grand Art Deco Hotel

The new owner of the historic Settles Hotel in Big Spring plans to inject life back into the long-shuttered Art Deco tower in downtown Big Spring. The hotel's checkered history has included visits from Herbert Hoover and the DuPonts and a time when the neon sign on the roof denoted the availability of prostitutes within the building. With any luck, the plans will proceed and the building will spark a renewal in this small Texas city. Big Spring has a remarkable collection of solid buildings which could be reused nicely.

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New Owners Proceed With Restoration Plans

The new owners of the Settles Hotel are proceeding in earnest with their plans to revive the downtown landmark into a functional mixed-use project. The restored building will include both offices and apartments as well as a restaurant and meeting space. The former Greyhound bus terminal has also been purchased and is currently undergoing asbestos abatement. Here's the website for the project...

The Settles Hotel

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Architect Hired for Settles Restoration

The developers of the Settles Hotel have hired architect Norman Alston for the restoration of the hotel into a mixed-use development which may include apartments and shops. it is good to see this project moving along nicely.

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