Greenwood Hotel

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Built: 1882 | Abandoned: ~1980s
Historic Designation: National Register of Historic Places (2006)
Status: Saved (2010)
Contributor: Kansas Preservation Alliance

Once Eureka’s largest hotel, the Greenwood Hotel served as a popular meeting place for the rich cattle and oil traders in the 20th century. Built in 1883 and remodeled in 1926, the Greenwood Hotel is a rare example of the Spanish Revival style. Its most defining exterior features are the multicolored stucco walls and terra cotta roof. Though a popular destination place for travelers and businessmen, the hotel has fallen into disrepair and is suffering from water damage and neglect. Funds must be raised for repairs and to mitigate further water damage to the structure and for educational programs. The local preservation group, the Greenwood Preservation Society, would like to see the Greenwood restored to its 1926 period and reopened as a 32 room hotel for Eureka.

Photo by Greenwood Hotel. (2021, October 20). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenwood_Hotel

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