The Hotel Albemarle is a three-story structure on West Main Street that is currently home to several businesses and non-profits. Formerly known as The Gleason Hotel, New Hotel Gleason and later The Albemarle Hotel.
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The structure was built in 1896 by Michael Gleason, a Nelson County native who became a major businessman in Charlottesville.  It was first built as a lodging facility called the Gleason Hotel. It was originally next to another structure built by Gleason.
Other hotels that at one time operated along West Main Street included Hotel Clermont, Cabell House, Dolly Madison Inn, and Queen Charlotte, all of which have since been demolished.
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