HOTEL CLOVIS + LOFTS

In the early to mid-20th century the city of Clovis, New Mexico was an important link on the railroad between Dallas and Santa Fe. Hotel Clovis was an integral part of this history as guests and employees of the railroad slept and partied in its rooms. Glen Miller, Louis Armstrong and Hank Williams all played in the ballroom. Finished in 1930 it is an art deco design with a Southwest Native American inspired motif. It is on the National Register of Historic Places. Like many railroad towns Clovis hit on hard time but unlike many it has again prospered. The need for affordable housing had become critical in the early 2000’s. The hotel and three new apartment buildings – The Hotel Clovis Lofts – created 60 new apartments and helped fill this void while also eliminating the drag of a nine story vacant building on downtown revitalization efforts. There is also 8,000 sf of commercial space and a 4,000 sf ballroom for events.

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