Board Approves 1-Room Hotel Behind Kelly’s Pub

#1 Pine Street has been approved for conversion into a 1-room hotel.

Renovations to #1 Pine Street have been approved for conversion into a 1-room hotel.

CORRECTION: This story was updated at 4 p.m. to correct information on the property owner. The owner is Beach Town LLC, and the managing member and principal is Bill Parr of Parr Properties.

Cape Charles Wave

November 20, 2013

Cape Charles Historic District Review Board approved plans yesterday to remodel the building at 1 Pine Street into a one-room hotel.

The south wall of the building is also the back wall of Kelly’s Gingernut Pub. Bill Parr of Parr Properties told the Board that the one-story building will become a one-room hotel along with an office that might later be converted to a second hotel room. The application for renovations was filed in the name of Beach Town LLC, with Parr being the managing member and principal.

The historic old storefront has been in disrepair for decades.  Local architect Leon Parham has completed the design, and Parr said he wants to start construction as soon as possible. The first step is to remove a Town dumpster beside the building  in order to repair the wall. [Read more…]

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