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Greenwood Hotel Announcement!

The Greenwood Preservation Society is pleased to announce that it has retained ReEnvision Design llc (of Eureka) to be the Project Architect for a significant landscape improvement project at the Greenwood Hotel. This is a joint project with the City of Eureka and will be the first phase of a larger streetscape improvement along Main Street. The final design will include provisions for the Jim Brothers sculpture.

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Concept study by: Josh Goldstein – Small Town Studio – 2013


We can provide full services for your next event. We would love to hear your ideas. Greenwood Hotel’s lobby exudes vintage elegance and has been through a recent restoration. Eureka Kansas: located east of Wichita and South of Kansas City. The Greenwood Hotel has been recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. IMG_0775


The Greenwood Hotel Complex is in the middle of an emerging arts district. This includes a student gallery (M Gallery), a video laboratory and performance venue (the Third Street Theater) and (a large scale performance venue) Memorial Hall . All facilities have the ability to work together and coordinate activities to provide extended event capabilities. All enterprises are members of the Bluestem ARTS Initiative Inc.. We would love to hear your ideas and how we could help with your next event.

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Exciting Downtown living options,

coming soon!

The Eureka residential market is changing with several new projects planned. Projects are planned for young professionals, empty nesters, and families that can take advantage of the small town living with a walkable, urban/country lifestyle with all the amenities. Beginning with the Greenwood Hotel that will have third floor apartments and extended stay hotel rooms on the second floor.



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To sit and have coffee, read a paper, talk with friends in the lobby is a wonderful way to keep the past alive. We should be able to remember the past, imagine a future and live in the present as gracefully as providence will allow.


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