The Buck Hill Inn was built in 1901 and once was listed as one of the top ten convention centers in the U.S. The thousand-acre retreat featured amenities such as an amphitheater, a 27-hole golf course, horseback riding, an indoor pool, swimming, and tennis. For decades the resort thrived, and would expand until eventually becoming a 400-room, 300,000 square-foot facility. The end of the Buck Hill Inn began with a downturn in business from the late 1970s into the 1980s. In 1990, the owners closed it for good. Numerous attempts have tried, and failed, to restore the century-old resort.
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Lace Hill in Yerevan, Armenia supports ultra-green lifestyle. The whole project attaches great importance on environmental protection, Project included the improvement of the practical and theoretical knowledge of the environmental and industrial area. The 85,000 square meter proposal is a new model of International Business Centre for Yerevan and Armenia, Project is designed by Forrest Fulton.
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