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The Marriott Courtyard/Pennsylvania Hotel

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Identification

The Marriott Courtyard/Pennsylvania Hotel
The Pennsylvania Hotel
250988

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [under renovation]
rigid frame
steel
brick
stucco
applied masonry
light brown
chicago school

Usages

hotel

Facts

  • The hotel was purchased again by its current owners for about US $3 million.
  • The building is currently being expanded to about twice its original length.
  • The addition will bring the hotel up to 128 units.
  • The addition will cost about US $6.6 million, and will compliment the existing historic portion.
  • The building is a rare example of Chicago Style architecture in downtown St. Petersburg.
  • Vertical piers between the windows emphasize vertical aspiration.
  • Henry Case, the building's developer, was a Philadelphian who ran the streetcars of St. Petersburg.
  • The building changed hands in 1937 to Senator Ninian Ulysses Bond, also from Philadelphia.
  • North and west facades have stucco finishes, south and east facades have tan-gray brick finishes.
  • The hotel was purchased in 1999 at a cost of about US $1.35 million.

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Location

300 4th Street North
300 Fourth Street North
33701
St. Petersburg
Florida
U.S.A.

Technical Data

89.00 ft
89.00 ft
75.00 ft
10.00 ft
7
1925
2006
$325,000

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