• Boston’s Liberty Hotel, Exterior

    The luxurious Liberty Hotel in Boston’s Beacon Hill hosted some quite notorious  “guests,” including former Boston mayor and later governor James Michael Curley, Malcolm X, and Sacco and…   See the Image

  • Boston’s Liberty Hotel, Restaurant Clink

    One can't help but notice the bars on the restaurant windows. The luxurious Liberty Hotel in Boston’s Beacon Hill hosted some quite notorious “guests,” including former Boston mayor and later…   See the Image

  • Boston’s Liberty Hotel, Exterior at Dusk

    The luxurious Liberty Hotel in Boston’s Beacon Hill hosted some quite notorious “guests,” including former Boston mayor and later governor James Michael Curley, Malcolm X, and Sacco and Vanzetti –…   See the Image

  • Jamaica's GoldenEye, Fleming's Beach

    Here at HGTV’s FrontDoor nothing excites us more than discovering something unique in the way of shelter. This extends to our homes away from home – where we vacation. And when we find structures so…   Read the Blog

  • Jamaica's GoldenEye

    If you're seeking a unique vacation spot this summer, this four locales wrote the book on it. Three locations were private residents/apartment homes and the fourth was a boarding house for miner's…   See the Gallery

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Historic Article

    This is a newspaper article announcing the opening of the Granada Apartments. The building became a hotel around 1986 and then after extensive renovations, it became the Artmore Hotel in 2009.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Signage

    The Artmore Hotel was originally built in 1924 under the direction of the Atlanta architectural team of Barney Havis and Augustus Constantine and were apartment homes. It was a boom time for the area…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, King Bedroom

    Built in 1924, this room might've been home to one of Margaret Mitchell's colleagues or a contemporary to legendary Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King, Jr. So far the walls aren't talking though…   See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Courtyard Fountain

    What was a gathering place for neighbors in the 1920s is now a watering hole for Atlanta's midtown residents as well as visitors from all over the world.    See the Image

  • Atlanta's Artmore Hotel, Exterior

    Located in the heart of Midtown, the Spanish Colonial Granada Apartments opened in 1924 and consisted of 65 units. It now sits in the shadow of high rises but was saved the wrecking ball…   See the Image