non-standard property did not ever offer a full-service Orange
Roof Restaurant, but patrons had other dining options in the
upscale property. Moreover a host of stores and restaurants
existed in the area, and the hotel's first two floors housed
any number of shops to satisfy the needs of patrons.
the building is a reversed L shape with the front section of
rooms higher than the rest. He added that upon his visit many
of the businesses were defunct and their storefronts were empty.
& Below: Note that the property's courtyard area
appears modern and well-kept, and remarkably managed to retain
much of its 1970s design aesthetic.