From hotel to office building, its name is constant: Governor
Sunday, October 21, 2012
The Governor Office Building, once the Hotel Governor, has two historic legacies.
The first began in the 1940s as a central and essential hotel, serving as meeting place for political, business and romantic liaisons.
The second began in the late 1990s when developer Bruce Cohn rejuvenated a sad downtown structure, setting a new precedent for the economic potential of viable older buildings in Jefferson City.