Here are architectural drawings of the existing floor plans: LINK.
This property has a lot of significant historic value and would be an excellent candidate for historic tax credits.
Courtesy of Wilson Historic Preservation Commission:
ORANGE HOTEL – 526 East Nash Street – 1906. The last remaining downtown frame
hotel was built for Samuel H. Vick and housed African-American travelers. The 2-story
clapboard building features a standing seam tin roof, 3-bay façade and a 2-tier porch, carried
by turned posts with small curved brackets. A prominent African-American, Vick used his
resources to help improve conditions in the Black community. He built rental homes,
established the first bank, hospital, movie theatre, insurance company, and the Odd Fellows
Lodge, in addition to his church [Jackson Chapel] and social interests.
Contact: Downtown Business Specialist, Kellianne Davis | - 252-373-5829 | text
Size: 4,500 sq. ft.