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Austinites to play big role in $65M restoration of historic Texas hotel

By Catherine Leffert and Will Anderson – Austin Business Journal
Jun 21, 2019, 2:46pm CDT Updated 8 hours ago

A historic hotel in North Texas is getting a $65 million makeover, with the help of a prominent Austin restaurateur and hotelier.

More details on the plan to renovate the 90-year-old Baker Hotel and Spa in Mineral Wells, west of Dallas, were announced June 19. The site was purchased by businessmen from Dallas and Austin with the vision of restoring the Great Depression-era property to its former glory and reopening it in 2022.
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