GARDEN CITY, Kan. (AP) Officials in Finney County say plans are moving forward to renovate the historic Windsor Hotel in downtown Garden City.
The Garden City Telegram reports that 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.