Mansion House Sold
Vineyard Gazette
The Mansion House, Vineyard Haven, has been sold to George H. Heeley of Providence, R. I., through the real estate office of Henry V. Sanders of New Bedford.
 
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Clarion Inn Is Sold for $8 Million
Holly Pretsky

The inn on Upper Main street in Edgartown changed hands late last week for $8 million. The sellers are longtime owners James and Deborah Carter.

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On the North Shore
Vineyard Gazette
Makoniky Inn, is the name of the new hotel to be erected on that portion of the Island locally known as Makoniky heights. The architects of this structure are Messrs. McKenzie & Smith of 50 Bromfield street, Boston.
 
The dimensions of the whole building is 96 1-2 feet in length, 63 feet wide at the dining room end and 37 feet at the side where the reception rooms are located. A piazza 10 feet in width extends nearly around the building.
 
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Guests, in Night Panic, Fled from Makoniky Hotel
Vineyard Gazette
Vale of Disappointments - so might be called the beautiful spot which is known by the name of Makoniky today, for nowhere on the Vineyard is any place where such a number of enterprises have been established only to fail.
 
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Inn Style: The Nobnocket Boutique Inn
Susie Middleton
The owners of the Nobnocket Boutique Inn offer fresh inspiration with their contemporary update to a traditional building.
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Lark Hotels Adds New Property in Edgartown
Sara Brown

The boutique hotel chain announced this week that it will operate The Richard at 104 Main street. The property was formerly The Point Way Inn.

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Harbor View Hotel Changes Hands for $30 Million
Steve Myrick

The historic Edgartown hotel has been sold to Upland Capital Corporation, a Boston-based asset management and real estate investment firm founded by seasonal resident Bernard Chiu.

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Points on the New Hotel
Vineyard Gazette
We take pleasure in printing below a few particulars regarding the new hotel to be erected on Starbuck’s Bluff, Edgartown, the specifications calling for the building’s completion by May 15, 1891. Mr. Cummings, the well-known Troy (N.Y.) architect, drew the plans, and these and the specifications call for a structure which will be attractive, of first-class appointments, and built in the most thorough manner.
 
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Sydney Hotel in Edgartown Plans Expansion
Sara Brown
Owners of the Sydney want to build a new 10,000-square-foot hotel with retail space and employee housing in the heart of downtown Edgartown.
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Gone Camping: New Look, New Name for Iconic Wesley Hotel
Heather Hamacek

The 137-year-old Wesley Hotel has been reborn as Summercamp, combining history and whimsy with splashes of color. The hotel reopened Thursday.

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