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The Whitney Hotel, 700 Woodrow Street: Summer 2013   3 comments

Posted at 11:47 pm in Uncategorized

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As Sir Elton said, it's "The Circle Of Life". This building in the heart of Shandon at the corner of Devine & Woodrow was a condo back in the 1980s and in fact one of my cousins lived there for a while. Then at some point it became a botique hotel (catering to exactly whom I never understood), and now it's to be condos again.

The State had the story recently on what is to become "700 Woodrow". Of course, at this point it's a pretty old building, and it's going to need a lot of work to become "luxury apartments". It appears said work has already started.

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Written by ted on July 18th, 2013

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  1. My wife and I eat occasionally at the new burger place right across the street this this hotel and I've often wondered who would actually have stayed at this place. It seems difficult to me that a non-franchised property could be successful in the age of traveolicty and kayak.com and whatnot.

    Justin

    20 Jul 13 at 8:50 pm

  2. When I was growing up, my parents used to go to The Whitney when they needed a night away from the kids, on special occasions and such. It was a way to have a retreat without having to leave town. I always figured people from the surrounding shandon/heathwood/forest acres are did the same. Or maybe even further out, like folks from blythewood and lexington might 'go into town' for the weekend and enjoy some nice dinner and some boutique shopping on devine, and stay there like it was their pied-à-terre.

    Jeff

    2 Aug 13 at 3:26 pm

  3. Parents of USC students were frequent guests, and Ive known a number of Columbians who moved in while their houses were being remodeled or repaired. It was a good breakfast spot.

    George

    8 Aug 13 at 12:55 am

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