Windsor Hotel In Garden City To Get Facelift

KSCB News - January 18, 2013 8:15 am

Officials in Finney County say plans are moving forward to renovate the historic Windsor Hotel in downtown Garden City.

Don Harness, president of the Finney County Preservation Alliance, said at a meeting Wednesday that the process of renovating the 93-room hotel continues. Harness also says there will likely be more activity this year.

The Windsor was built in 1887. The $12 million renovation includes senior living apartments, retail shops and offices, as well as a restaurant and banquet facilities.

The project will use both state and federal historic tax credits, as well as a bond through the city of Garden City.

 

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