Ah, luxury. A buck twenty-five a night, and that's with a toilet. More, of course, if you want a bathtub. But don't worry - there's one on every floor if you can't raise the scratch.

This view shows the low original building, constructed in 1920 - hence the "Dates approx" notation on the left. The two buildings really don't go together, but that was also the case with the Curtis; it started out as a low, modest structure, and soon sprouted a featureless slab.

"Tub and Shower Facilities on each Floor." Common tubs: you shudder just thinking about it.