For much more than 100 decades, The Greenville News stood sentinel about Greenville from the corner of South Primary and East Broad streets.

The newspaper properties – first a brick developing built in 1914 and then a white “Brutalist” composition crafted in the 1960s all-around component of the previous constructing – are gone, replaced by the new AC Resort Greenville predicted to open in early 2021.

The Greenville Information has moved to a new 4-tale brick and glass all over the corner on Broad Road.

But the newspaper’s tale – as perfectly as the city’s textile roots, the area’s normal natural beauty, vivid arts scene, bygone spaces, and perception of neighborhood – will be apparent all over the life style hotel, reported John Deck, the hotel’s recently appointed general manager.

“We call them our 6 pillars,” he said. “There’s absolutely nothing like it in Greenville.”

Take The Press Space, the hotel’s contemporary speakeasy lounge.

The strategy is component of Auro Hotels’ nod to history and its desire to honor the contributions of the Peace spouse and children, very long-time homeowners of The Greenville Information. The family members championed the building of the Peace Centre for the Doing Arts, which helped revive downtown Greenville and elevated the city’s art scene. The Peace Middle is across the avenue from the AC Lodge and will rejoice its 30th anniversary in November.

The Peace relatives purchased The Greenville News in 1919. Prohibition, a nationwide constitutional ban on the manufacturing, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages, commenced in 1920.

The Press Place will be a 40-seat lounge with a contemporary sense. Some cocktails’ names are newspaper-related, this sort of as the Piedmont, which honors the city’s now-defunct afternoon newspaper and the 1874, the yr of the newspaper’s founding.