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Take a look inside Statler Hotel renovations

Take a look inside Statler Hotel renovations

See photos of Statler Hotel renovations being made by new owner Douglas Development. Douglas Jemal acquired the property after the death of then-owner Mark Croce who had begun a partial restoration of his own after purchasing the property from bankruptcy in 2011. The hotel was opened in 1923 by Ellsworth M. Statler and was a model of luxury but eventually fell victim to the city's economic struggles after the '70s and '80s and closed in 1984.

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