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Name:  Maryland Hotel
Address:  205 North Ninth Street
Year:  1907
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Albert B. Groves
Standard Architectural Styles:  Classic Revival
Front facade:  Terra Cotta
Property Type Codes:  Hotel
Designation: National Register of Historic Places
Ward:  7
Neighborhood:  35
The former Maryland Hotel is an eight-story commercial building located at 205 N. Ninth Street at the northwest corner of Ninth and Pines Streets in St. Louis, Missouri; it was designed in the Classical Revival style by St. Louis Architect Albert B. Groves in 1907. The building has a steel frame with concrete floors and brick walls. It has been moderately maintained as a residence hotel for many years and is currently undergoing a renovation. Major alterations are primarily limited to the first floor commercial spaces, which have had many incarnations over the years; and to the original cornice, which has been removed. Alterations of this nature are common to most historic commercial buildings in the central business district." [From the nomination to the National Register of Historic Places as prepared by Mary M. Stiritz (Section 8); Cynthia H. Longwisch (Section 7), Landmarks Association of St. Louis, Inc., October, 1995.]

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