Old D.C. Post Office May Become a Hotel
The Old Post Office Pavilion (also known as Old Post Office and Clock Tower) was built between 1892 and 1899 and is a few blocks away from the White House in downtown Washington, D.C.
O'Connell also says Carpenter & Co., a Boston firm which turned a 150-year-old jail in that city into the 298-room Liberty Hotel, has proposed a similar makeover for the Post Office.
A decision regarding the buidling's future which is currently owned by the Federal goverment will be reached this week.
The New York Times reported that as of 2011 that the building costs the government $6.5 million each year to operate.
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