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Hotel Eutaw Owners Moving Forward With Renewal Project

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October 1, 2008

By Gene Zaleski – Times and Democrat

After years of being vacant and failed attempts to resurrect the historic Russell Street Hotel Eutaw, building ownership is once again looking for occupants.

Commercial and tenant space is now available in the Hotel Eutaw for interested parties to lease or rent.

The 28,000-square-foot building has about 1,900 square feet of restaurant/kitchen space available in the mezzanine. The restaurant would have seating for about 125 as well as an outdoor courtyard with fountain in the rear. The space is considered ideal to house dinners, banquets, anniversaries or wedding receptions.

“The possibilities are endless for having a party,” said Thomas Cole, vice president of commercial real estate for California-based Red Curb Investments. Red Curb Investments has partnered with Columbia attorney Robert B. Lewis in the renovation of the hotel. The architect is Columbia-based Architectural Concepts.

The building will offer an opportunity for street-front retail shops. Each shop will have about 600 to 800 square feet.

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