About This Property

The Holland Hotel was built in 1912 under the orders of Mr. John R. Holland, a prominent cattleman at the time, who believed Alpine needed a place where the travelers of the booming mining industry could stay the night. The hotel was finished during the mercury mining boom and became very successful as a business, social and civic center. After Mr. Holland’s death, his son Clay took over the hotel. In 1928 he decided to add the existing building under the design of the major southwest architecture company at the time, Trost and Trost. It was built for $250,000. The Holland was recognized as a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1980.





Amenities

Elevator, Rear Entrance, Commercial Kitchen

Nearby Businesses

Property Information

Zoning C-2 Business District
Lot Size (acres) 0.5000
Parking Spaces 20
Electrical Service
Heating Type
Official Total Sq Ft 16,185
Total Commercial Units 3
Total Residential Units 0
Total Commerical Sq Ft 16,185
Total Residential Sq Ft 0
Year Built 1928
Last Remodel Date
Last Sale Date September 28th, 2011
Historic Resources Survey Downtown Alpine Historic Survey - 2016
Priority High
Parcel Number 11836
Subdivision Old Town
Legal Description

BLOCK 6, LOT 1 W/1.35' OF 1 AND ALL OF 2,3,4, INCLUDING BPP

Located Within
  • Downtown Historic Commercial District (non-regulatory)

Existing Businesses

Mendias and Co Urban Day Spa

Business Type
Personal Services
Square Ft.
500
Floor
1
First yr. at location

The Holland Hotel

Business Type
Lodging
Square Ft.
14,000
Floor
1
First yr. at location

Century Bar and Grill

Business Type
Restaurants and Bars
Square Ft.
2,000
Floor
1
First yr. at location