We look at structures and admire their beauty. They have a storied history reflective of where they are. In this case, the two hotels I point out thrived in Fayetteville, North Carolina–the south. They were not places where Colored-Negros-African Americans-Blacks were welcomed or permitted to stay or to dine until more modern times–the official end of the Jim Crow era.
The apartments and restaurants are to be ready for occupancy and patrons March 2019. The video has lots of details–pictures, 12/16. Thanks to the Fayetteville Observer for the Live Tour. I saw it as it happened.