|Year(s) Listed: • 2010|
|City/Town: • Waterville|
|Location Class: • Hotel/Motel|
|Built: 1905 | Year Saved: 2009|
|Historic Designation: • National Register of Historic Places (1975)|
|Awards: • Honor Award|
|Contributor: Kansas Preservation Alliance|
This rusticated concrete block building dates to 1905 when it opened as the Weaver Hotel, which continued in operation until 1985. Known as the “pride of the Central Line,” a reference to the Union Pacific Railroad that ran through town, the building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. Rehabilitated with the contributions and community support generated by the Waterville Preservation Society, the Weaver Hotel reopened on Memorial Day, 2009.