Man Had 'AR-15-Styled Rifle,' Bump Stock Outside Indianapolis Hotel Before Women's March: Report

A 22-year-old man living in the U.S. illegally has been charged with a federal crime after police in Indianapolis, Indiana, found him in possession of guns on two occasions in January, The Indianapolis Star reported Sunday.

Police responding to a Jan. 20 call from security at the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Indianapolis saw Ahmed Alaklouk was in possession of a firearm described by the Star as “an AR-15-styled rifle,” which he reportedly told police was “fully tricked out.” 

Alaklouk, described as as a Tunisian native and Saudi Arabian citizen in federal court documents obtained by the Star, had been renting a room at the Hyatt when hotel security contacted the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department around 3 a.m. after they saw several weapons in his parked truck. There were six handguns in the backseat and an assault-style rifle in the front seat, according to the Star.

Police reportedly told Alaklouk to keep his firearms in a hotel safe and out of sight in his truck to avoid a potential break-in. Officers said the rifle had been modified to function like an AR-15 and was equipped with a scope, bipod and bump stock, reported the Star.

Federal law prohibits people in the U.S. illegally from possessing guns and ammunition, prompting federal prosecutors to file a federal gun charge against Alaklouk on Wednesday. U.S. Department of Homeland Security placed an immigration detainer in Marion County Jail for Alaklouk so he may be held in custody while federal agents obtain a warrant to begin deportation proceedings, the Star reported.

A bump stock, shown here in a Utah gun shop in October 2017, attaches to a semi-automatic rifle to increase its firing rate. (George Frey / Reuters)A bump stock, shown here in a Utah gun shop in October 2017, attaches to a semi-automatic rifle to increase its firing rate. (George Frey / Reuters)

Hotel security reportedly contacted police a second time around 7:45 a.m. when they found Alaklouk’s rifle in the front seat of his truck again and were concerned about his hotel room overlooking the area where thousands of Women’s March participants were expected to gather hours later.

Police and hotel security then removed Alaklouk and two other unidentified men from the hotel, according to the Star.

AR-15-style rifles are often the weapon of choice for mass shooters, including the suspected gunman in last month’s deadly shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

Bump stocks are a type of gun modification that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire like automatic weapons. Stephen Paddock had outfitted his rifle with a bump stock, which enabled him to fire hundreds of rounds into a crowd of concertgoers at a music festival in Las Vegas last year.

The hotel’s general manager, Joe Pinto, confirmed the incident Monday in a statement emailed to HuffPost.

“At Hyatt Regency Indianapolis, the safety of our guests and colleagues is a top priority,” Pinto wrote. “On January 20, hotel security was alerted to firearms in a vehicle parked in the garage. The police department was in touch with the vehicle owner to notify him of the policy violation, which requires firearms to be unloaded and stored in a locked container, and the guest left the property soon after.”

A week later, police responded to another firearm-related incident involving Alaklouk roughly four miles west of the hotel. A woman called 911 after Alaklouk pointed his rifle at her and her father and threatened to kill them over a business disagreement at Alaklouk’s store, Medo Tire Shop, according to the Star.

Charges were filed against Alaklouk on behalf of the state on Jan. 31 in Marion Superior Court in Indianapolis. He is being charged with two felony counts of criminal confinement, two felony counts of intimidation, one felony count of unlawful possession of a firearm and a battery misdemeanor. 

A representative for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department confirmed Alaklouk was arrested, but did not provide additional comment. Jennifer Lukemeyer, Alaklouk’s attorney in the criminal case, declined to comment.

Read the full report on The Indianapolis Star.


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Svart, a gorgeous hotel by Snøhetta will meet the world’s toughest energy standard

PassiveHouse is for wimps; The Powerhouse standard is crazy tough. And these Norwegians do it in the dark.

The Norwegian Powerhouse energy standard is far and away, the toughest in the world. In fact, I once described it as “crazy talk”– the building is not only Net Zero Energy, balancing energy production and energy purchases over the course of the year. It’s not only Passive House. It is “plus energy”.

A Powerhouse shall during its lifetime produce more renewable energy than it uses for materials, production, operation, renovation and demolition.

That’s the full embodied energy in all the materials and construction equipment and trucks doing deliveries for the construction of the building, paid back over the estimated 60 year life of the building, generated through self-produced solar, wind, and cooling from the sea, air or the ground via heat pump. And this is in freaking Norway, north of the Arctic circle, where the sun barely shines much of the year. Where some would say that Passive House is not practical and solar power is impossible. It’s nuts.

Yet somehow, Snøhetta keeps doing it; Svart is their third Powerhouse or Zero Energy Building. And they are all gorgeous.

Svart is a hotel built north of the Arctic circle at the foot of the Svartisen glacier in northern Norway. The design “is inspired local vernacular architecture in the form of the “fiskehjell” (A-shaped wooden structure for drying fish) and the “rorbue” (a traditional type of seasonal house used by fishermen).” It is built primarily out of wood, and supported on “weather resistant wooden poles stretching several meters below the surface of the fjord. The poles ensure that the building physically places a minimal footprint in the pristine nature, and gives the building an almost transparent appearance.”

Snøhetta’s founder, Kjetil Trædal Thorsen, is quoted:

It was important for us to design a sustainable building that will leave a minimal environmental footprint on this beautiful Northern nature. Building an energy positive and low-impact hotel is an essential factor to create a sustainable tourist destination respecting the unique features of the plot; the rare plant species, the clean waters and the blue ice of the Svartisen glacier.

There are many who say that worrying about embodied energy is silly and pointless; that plastic foam saves much more energy than is used in making it, and that concrete lasts forever, so who cares. John Straube has written that “scientific life-cycle energy analyses have repeatedly found that the energy used in the operation and maintenance of buildings dwarf the so-called “embodied” energy of the materials.” In Positive Energy Homes, the authors say that it really doesn’t matter in the long run and that it is not ever lost because everything can be reused if you are careful, “the landfills of today will become the hardware stores of tomorrow.”

So why would anyone develop such a tough standard that makes you pay all that embodied energy back?

The answer is simple. There are many ways to build an energy efficient building, but we have choices about which materials we use. Do we choose materials that take a lot of energy and fossil fuels to make and put out tons of CO2 in a massive hit right now, or do we strive to generate as little as possible and treat it as a loan we pay back? As the Powerhouse people note,

We believe that energy-positive buildings are the buildings of the future. An energy-positive building is a building which during its operational phase generates more energy than what was used for the production of building materials, its construction, operation and disposal. The building is therefore transformed from being part of the energy problem to becoming part of the energy solution.

embodied energy in Larvik House© Snohetta/ Larvik House

It is a lot easier pay back the loan if you don’t use materials with high embodied energy like concrete, plastic or aluminum. It is interesting to note that in Snøhetta’s Larvik House, by far the biggest pile of embodied energy was in the solar panels; the next biggest element was the exterior walls, most probably due to the glazing.

Seriously, PassiveHouse is for wimps and don’t even get me started about PHIUS; Snøhetta has demonstrated once again that they can design stunningly gorgeous buildings, north of the Arctic circle, that meet the toughest energy standard in the world, and do it in the dark. Nothing else even comes close. Here is a link to the full Powerhouse standard (PDF); read it and weep.

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Hotel Collapses in Shallow 6.4 Taiwan Earthquake


A 6.4-magnitude earthquake has struck the east coast of Taiwan, the US Geological Service (USGS) reported. The epicenter of the quake was reportedly just 1km deep, some 22km east-northeast of Hua-lien.

A hotel in Hualien has collapsed following the earthquake, Reuters reported, citing the Taiwanese government.

Images posted online appear to show the first floor of the hotel severely damaged, with parts of the building crumbling onto the sidewalk.

Freelance journalist Louise Watt tweeted that her apartment in Taipei shook as a result of the quake, adding that she received a “loud presidential alert” on her phone at the same time.

There has been no confirmation of casualties so far and no tsunami warnings have been issued.

Earlier on Tuesday, a magnitude 4.7 earthquake hit Hualien County. That quake followed a 5.3-magnitude earthquake that struck Taiwan on Sunday night, causing 80 aftershocks as of Tuesday afternoon – 10 of which could be felt by residents, Seismological Center deputy director Lu Pei-ling said, according to Focus Taiwan.



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BREAKING: FBI Releases Docs Claiming RT Founder Beat Himself to Death in His Hotel Room


Washington D.C. — In November 2015, the Free Thought Project reported that Mikhail Lesin, the former head of media affairs for the Russian government, and the founder of Russia Today (RT), was found dead in the hotel room that he was staying at in Washington DC.

Originally, authorities announced that Lesin died from a heart attack. However, the results of his autopsy released months later indicated a far more sinister cause of death and the heavily redacted FBI documents that were just released add to that story.

The documents, detailing the FBI investigation into Lesin’s death were just released Saturday morning in spite of the investigation ending in October of 2016.

In spite of the original cause of death noted as a heart attack, a few months later, the District of Colombia’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) and Metropolitan Police Department said that “blunt force injuries of the neck, torso, upper extremities and lower extremities” contributed to Lesin’s death. “The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) has released the cause and manner of death for Mikhail Lesin… Cause of Death: blunt force injuries of the head,” the statement said.

Now, FBI investigators have released the results of their investigation claiming that the blunt force trauma all over his body was self-inflicted.

“Mr. Lesin died as a result of blunt for injuries to his head, with contributing causes being blunt force injuries of the neck, torso, upper extremities, and lower extremities, which were induced by falls, with acute ethanol intoxication,” the report states.

In other words, the FBI is claiming that Lesin got so drunk that he repeatedly and violently fell on things until he killed himself.

To show just how much information the FBI is willing to release on these findings, here is the version of the amended autopsy report they released in the report.





Essentially, all other information in regards to the findings of Lesin’s death has been scrubbed from the documents as the remaining pages are almost entirely redacted.

Not only did the US remain tight-lipped on the investigation but they also refused to allow Russian authorities to cooperate.

As RT reports, back in 2016, months before the closing of the case, Moscow said it was expecting Washington to explain why Russia had not received any details from the probe into Lesin’s death, despite repeated requests.

“We are awaiting the related clarifications from Washington and the official data on the progress of the investigation,” Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote in a Facebook post at that time. She added that if the media reports citing the forensic statement are confirmed, Russia will send an official request to the US “for international legal assistance.”

In October 2016, the US authorities announced that Lesin died of natural causes and closed the case. “Based on the evidence, including video footage and witness interviews, Mr. Lesin entered his hotel room on the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015, after days of excessive consumption of alcohol and sustained the injuries that resulted in his death while alone in his hotel room,” the US attorney for the District of Columbia said in a statement.

Lesin’s death came at a time where he was surrounded by controversy, especially in the US. RT, the Russian-based news source that Lesin founded has become very controversial in the US—ostensibly for the fake Russiagate scandal—but in reality, for challenging the western narrative of foreign policy and privacy issues. Some US politicians have suggested that RT be banned in the US for “spreading propaganda,” while others have been blatant enough to attack Lesin personally.

According to the NY Times, until late 2014 Lesin ran the media wing of the state’s energy giant, Gazprom, before stepping down or, more likely, being forced out. He ended up in the United States, where he and his family owned properties in Los Angeles said to be worth far more than the salary of the former government minister.

Some US Senators, including Roger Wicker of Mississippi, had called for the Department of Justice to open an investigation into Lesin’s finances prior to his death.

Wicker was concerned that Lesin made too much money, something that was really none of his business.

“That a Russian public servant could have amassed the considerable funds required to acquire and maintain these assets in Europe and the United States raises serious questions,” Wicker said.

The original announcement of the heart attack back in November 2015 makes this case all the more ominous considering the fact that the medical examiner’s office also said Lesin’s body had blunt force trauma to the neck, torso, arms and legs too. How did authorities overlook his wounds?

As RT reports, Lesin was considered one of the most influential figures in the Russian media landscape. A graduate of Moscow State University with a degree in Civil Engineering, he served as Minister of Press and Mass Media from 1999 to 2004. He was also a presidential media adviser from 2004 to 2009. Lesin became chief executive officer at Garprom-Media in 2013 and remained in the position until early 2015.

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The capsule hotel gets a remake

Japan’s capsule hotels have a bad reputation, described as “traditionally grimy, and primarily intended as expedient sleeping solutions for drunk salarymen who have missed the last train home.” Which is a shame, because it should be a great way to get a cheap place to sleep.

Now Schemata architects has renovated a big, eight story high hotel in Shibuya, Tokyo, upgrading, modernizing while keeping a bit of the retro feel. They are quoted in Dezeen:

Our design aims to eradicate the image of the old capsule hotel by changing the interior and surroundings while keeping the existing capsules as they are. The colour of the existing capsules – an old-fashioned beige reminiscent of the retro design period – was rather difficult to handle, but we intentionally used it as a base colour for the interior to eradicate the impression of the existing capsules.

corridor© Nacása & Partners Inc/ Schemata Architects via Dezeen

It is the first renovation for the chain that built the 9 hour capsule hotel we showed a few years ago. According to Dezeen,

The challenge for the Schemata team was to create an interior that fitted the brand image – something that was much harder to achieve in a renovation than a new-build. They did it by applying colours and materials that they felt would complement the old capsules as much as possible, including a dark screed floor, plywood cabinetry, FRP plastic and plain furnishings.

sauna in capsule hotel© Nacása & Partners Inc/ Schemata Architects via Dezeen

Capsule hotels are intriguing because really, how much room do you really need when you are sleeping? Especially when they take the saved space and give you a real amenity like a beautiful sauna. I have often wondered why we don’t have little sleeping pods with great soundproofing, air filtering and conditioning in our homes instead of big bedrooms.

storage© Nacása & Partners Inc/ Schemata Architects via Dezeen

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‘S***hole’ projected in huge letters onto Trump hotel (VIDEOS, PHOTOS)

Guests and passersby alike were stunned to see the word ‘s***hole’ projected in huge letters onto the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC Saturday night.  

“Not a DC resident? Need a place to stay? Try our s***hole? This place is a s***hole,” the projection read, before a torrent of poop emojis appear to explode out of the main entrance.

The prankster in question is Robin Bell, the founder of video projection company Bell Visuals, who has made a habit of voicing his dislike of both President Trump and his policy decisions.

“The president distracts us from politics that are harming us,” Bell added in his expletive-laden protest projection. The hit-and-run hilarity lasted approximately 40 minutes before Bell left the area, The Washington Post reports.

Bell has targeted Trump’s DC hotel before with similar messages, including “Pay Trump bribes here” with an animated arrow pointing to the lobby. He has also taken projected pot shots at Trump’s attorney general, Jeff Sessions, with the line, “I thought the KKK was OK until I learned that they smoked pot,” projected onto the Department of Justice.

The latest projection stunt relates to Trump’s alleged comments regarding Haiti, El Salvador, and several African nations when speaking with lawmakers about immigration reform last week. “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” he reportedly said. The remarks received widespread condemnation.

“There is no other word one can use but ‘racist,’” UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said of the reported remarks, according to Reuters. “You cannot dismiss entire countries and continents as ‘s***holes’ whose entire populations, who are not white, are therefore not welcome.”

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At This Hotel, There Is A Canine Concierge Service That Delivers A Puppy To Your Room

By  Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

At Hotel Nikko in San Francisco, California, everyone has puppy fever. This is because the establishment has a “Chief Canine Officer” named Buster Posey, who will happily snuggle with visitors.

News of the canine concierge room service went viral after a Twitter user uploaded photographs and a caption of the neat experience. @EvansPosts wrote: “The hotel I’m staying at puts a stuffed puppy on the bed. They allow their guests to dial the operator and they will bring the REAL pup to your room.”

All one needs to do to take advantage of the service is to pick up the phone and dial ‘0’. An employee will then check Buster’s schedule and set up a time for him to visit your room. After a proper cuddling session, the popular dog will head back to his home.

The service is great for those who travel for long periods of time. Whether venturing to new locations for work or because one lives on the road, it isn’t easy being away from family and fur babies for long. This acknowledged, it makes sense why Buster is such a celebrity at Hotel Nikko.

Being able to cuddle with Buster isn’t just fun, it’s medicinal. Studies have shown that spending time around pets benefits a human health in more ways than one.

1) Cuddling with a pet helps ward off allergies

After conducting a number of studies on the subject, University of Wisconsin-Madison pediatrician James E. Gern concluded that having a pet in the home actually lowers a child’s likelihood of developing related allergies by as much as 33 percent! In fact, his research (published in the journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology) shows that kids who are exposed to animals early on in their lives tend to develop stronger immune systems as a result.

2) Animals make you more social

Everyone needs social interactions. Striking up conversation with someone you don’t know can be hard, however, which is why having a dog is beneficial. As Animal Planet reports, being responsible for a pet means you can easily use them as an “icebreaker” when meeting new people. After all, who can resist puppy eyes and playful antics?

3) Owning a pet improves overall health

Based on studies conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute of Health (NIH), pet owners exhibit decreased blood pressure, cholesterol and triglyceride levels. All of these can minimize one’s risk for a heart attack down the road.

Pet lovers are believed to experience these benefits because pets lower overall stress, as well as need regular exercise.

For these reasons, we think it is great that Hotel Nikko has Buster as their mascot. Follow the pup’s antics on Instagram and Twitter.

Read more: This Dog Was So Neglected, His Leg Fell Off During Grooming

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Hotel Americana: They divide us; we conquer ourselves

Charlottesville riot


This is a saga of a once free people who were defeated with weaponry and then subdued with chicanery. The first part of the saga witnessed a rebellion as the masses put up a spirited battle to overcome oppression. After decades of systematic repression, eventually the people were quelled with a most diabolical of schemes. What eventually subdued them was factionalism as people who shared the same struggles and felt the same injustices were convinced that their plights were dissimilar and that they were each other’s enemies. Divide and conquer set brother against sister and neighbor upon neighbor until all were eventually made equal through suffering and despair. In a land that could feed the world, the mass majority were put into the yoke of poverty while a few were living a life of high society.

At first glance, the above paragraph seems to describe what is going on in Africa. If that was your assumption, I don’t blame you for making the logical leap to that conclusion. After all, Africa was in fact colonized by malicious foreigners who came in the guise of missionaries as they invaded the continent of man’s birth with a bible in the front hand and guns behind their backs. Induced tribalism created by artificial borders and manufactured countries where none existed is how more than a billion people were eventually put to shackles as their wealth is being siphoned off to this day by gluttonous colonizers. A continent that can feed the world has thus been reduced to the status of beggars and AID recipients.

“For the nation to live, the tribe must die.” ~ Samora Machel

Alas, the first paragraph also describes what has been taking place for a long time and continues to this day right here in America. The same playbook of divide and conquer that was unleashed and perfected in “Africa” has been loosened upon us here in the USA. Induced tribalism and separable grievances are creating friction among the people and leading to civil strife. Though our dissension is nowhere near the levels we witness in places like Libya, Sudan and multiple nations throughout Africa, we too are slow walking down the path of animosity that threatens to break out into a clash of society. As the economic pie gets smaller and smaller, the bottom 99 percent’s ability to keep up with inflation and stay solvent is made more and more impossible. Consequently, more than 50% of Americans have become dependent on the state and the rest are living a life of economic distress. T.I.A. – this is America.

Instead of uniting to take on our common oppressors, we have been conditioned by the establishment and the media-political industry to back bite each other. This is how a fraction of humanity can conquer billions globally. There are not enough guns in the world to subdue everyone through force, so trickery is deployed as the debased (I no longer call them the elites) leverage “us versus them” tactics in order to get co-victims to see each other as enemies. The hardest part has always been creating acrimony and convincing us to resent one another. They figured out an easy way to do this; they turned us into a society of narcissists where too many are busy trying to monopolize pains and looking at the wrongs of this world through self-centered glasses. Instead of saying “I suffer too”, the public rallying cry has been reduced to “I suffer only”. By extension, we are convinced to reject the suffering other people feel and marginalize their pains.

In this paradigm where fellow strugglers refuse to join hands, the mood of the public becomes toxic and unity made impossible. Corporate media, soulless politicians and bankrupt actorvists feed flames to the fire as they keep presenting injustices through a one dimensional prism. They do this not because they want to stand up for equality and speak against power; rather they use injustice as a shtick and the suffering of the masses as a business model. Listen to most of the pundits in the mainstream media and the politicians we keep sending to DC to act on our behalf, almost every one of them talk about the iniquities of our nation through narrow partisan and ideological lenses. They don’t stand up for the whole, they only speak to their “base” and then present the “other side” as the problem.

The era of giants like Martin Luther King, John F. Kennedy, Malcolm X and Cesar Chavez is long gone, we are now in a paradigm of moral pygmies who are more interested in collecting likes on social media and cashing checks from power than they are in sacrificing and speaking truth to power. In a lot of ways, we are to blame for this, we have become a cult of personalities who only listen to the rich and famous. Ah the rub! The gatekeepers of media and wealth only open the gates for those who sell their souls to the status quo, the ones who defiantly speak against the system of divide and conquer and capital larceny that is hobbling our planet are blackballed from corporate media and ignored by the public. It’s like we are a nation of masochists who are only drawn to the people who abuse us.The establishment gladly complies and feeds our demands; we are bracketed by demagogues who slickly peddle separable grievances and injustices sold through one-sided presentations.

The sheer tragedy and maliciousness of those in power is too much too count. Most of the names I mentioned in the prior paragraph and almost every visionary who tried to stand up for justice and unite the masses was silenced by the authorities in government. I know they indoctrinate children to believe that MLK, JFK and Malcolm were murdered by lone gunmen, but those who have heard of FBI operations like COINTELPRO and the myriad ways our government has silenced one leader after another know that there are bigger hands in play beyond the lone wolves they blame for the death of peaceful messengers. You see, tokens of the system get elevated and praised by corporate media, true agents of change get buried in grassy knolls and Lorraine hotels only for their narratives to be co-opted posthumously by the very people who killed them [read the Confluence of Martin and Malcolm].

Sadly, we go along with the subterfuge of shysters; too many of us would rather snipe at each other and aim sideways at those who suffer just like us instead of aiming up at those who lord over us. If you really pause and reflect, the people on the left and the people on the right – from black to white and all shades of hue and ideology in between – are upset about the same things. We all want a fair shake in life and a shot at a brighter future unencumbered by stress and financial difficulties. Instead of focusing on these common principles and by extension realizing that the source of our burdens are bipartisan policies enacted in the District of Caligula, we waste away as a people fighting about our differences. This is the same theme I discussed in the newest Ghion Cast below – the video below is my audacity of hope on how we can make America great again.

This message is not aimed at one group but all irrespective of skin tone, gender, ideology or the myriad of ways we keep getting divided. I ask you to be mindful of the toxicity of tribalism and the dangers of separable grievances. I do not say this to diminish the hurts you or specific groups of people feel nor am I advocating that we overlook the injustices of the past. But we can talk about our hurts without marginalizing the pains other people go through. There is no profit to be had by monopolizing suffering; rather, our pains gain meaning and we mend as a people when we join hands with others and say “me too” instead of saying “only me”. Only a united people can bend the arc of history towards justice; people who are fractured will only be bent by injustice. The times before us are harrowing; there is a reason why the establishment keeps pitting us against each other and why our politics has become poisonous. Either we stop falling for their duplicity or we will find out one day the perils of tribalism as our home America transforms into the next Hotel Rwanda.

The key to our redemption is in our hands; if only we unclench our fists, we can discover the key to liberation in them

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How to build a green hotel, from the ground up

When you pull up at The Mayton Inn it doesn’t look out of place in the small downtown district of Cary, North Carolina. Built as a public private partnership between the town of Cary and hoteliers Deanna and Colin Crossman—who previously renovated the historic King’s Daughter’s Inn in nearby Durham—the building was deliberately designed as a keystone project to bring about broader downtown revitalization in a town that has sprawled in recent years into fairly typical suburbia.

Underneath the hood, however, The Mayton features some pretty neat green features that have collectively saved a projected 30% on energy costs, not to mention hundreds of thousands of gallons of water. We met up with Deanna—a hotelier who, conveniently enough, also happens to hold a general contractor’s license—to hear some more about how starting from scratch allowed the project to maximize its sustainability credentials.

Disclosure: The Mayton Inn provided complementary lodgings and breakfast during our visit. I paid full price for my beer and extremely delicious cheese board though.

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