Own a piece of history! The Hotchkiss Hotel was built in 1896-1897 by town founder Enos Hotchkiss. Aka the Hotchkiss Block, the building operated as a hotel for many years, accommodating up to 50 guests, and also housing at various times hardware and grocery stores, a bank, a post office, a bus station and several restaurants. Its longtime position of importance in the Hotchkiss community and stylish construction of locally-produced red brick have earned it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places (see Assoc Docs). Extensively restored and remodeled since 2003, today the building claims as tenants a popular restaurant, hair salon and Pilates studio. Also downstairs are two office spaces and a mostly finished unit that could be an apartment or side-street coffee shop. Upstairs are 7 apartments (3x2BR, 2x1BR, 2 studio) with excellent rental histories, plus a coin-operated laundry room. Current rents total over $7,900 per month with room for improvement.