Saturday, November 30, 2013

Ear to the Ground

The word on the street is that the Warren Inn has been sold. As the story goes, there was a bidding war for the first--and perhaps only--movie theater turned motel in the country. It's rumored that one of the unsuccessful contenders was the hotel group that counts among its hostelries a luxury hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan named for a British essayist. Unfortunately, it's not known who the prospective buyer is or what is planned for the building.


  1. Word is also that the place is to be vacated by January 1st - think there is something like 32 units.

  2. Sam Pratt avers that an RP-517 at the county clerk's office will divulge all ... anyone game?