A non-profit group in Mason City, Iowa is restoring the last remaining Frank Lloyd Wright designed hotel, according to the AP. Completed in 1910, the Park Inn Hotel complex also includes a bank branch and a small office building. It had previously been used as a hotel, apartments, and a strip club.
The building was owned by the city, which after failing to sell the structure on eBay (they were asking $10 million for the dilapidated structure), turned it over to the Wright on the Park, Inc., which pledged to restore it using public and private funds. They recently received an $8.2 million grant from the state of Iowa toward the project and are looking to raise an additional $2 million.
When the renovation is complete, the hotel will include 20 suites. Though the group can claim that the Historic Park Inn is the only extant hotel designed by Wright, the Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, originally designed as an office building and residence, has been converted into a hotel.