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New majority owner of Partridge Inn fuels $10 million renovation

New General Manager ✔
New Majority Owner ✔
New bathrooms ✔
New HD 55” TV’s ✔
New adjacent parking lot ✔

These are just some of the changes happening during the historic Partridge Inn’s $10 million renovation, which started September 15th and will last until before the Masters Golf Tournament.

Taconic Capital, a Park Avenue global investment firm in New York City became the new majority owner since purchasing its share in August—just prior to the remodeling of the landmark hotel.

Holly White is the new General Manager of the historic Partridge Inn.

Atlanta-based NorthPointe Hospitality Management Company still represents the P.I. and just named Holly White as the new General Manager.

“We are thrilled that Holly will be leading The Partridge Inn’s next phase of its history as we go through a complete transformation of the landmark hotel,” said Greg Winey, president of NorthPointe Hospitality Management Company. “With her extensive background providing exceptional guest destination services and creating a team of loyal associates, we feel certain that Holly is the ideal person to oversee the hotel and staff through this incredible transformation and beyond.”

Ms. White is a UGA grad with 17 years’ experience in the hospitality industry, including the last eight with NorthPointe, including a role as area director of sales for eight properties including the Partridge Inn.

Besides the aforementioned changes, there will be updates to guest rooms, the lobby, the indoor bar and restaurant, the rooftop bar, meeting space and ballrooms, the addition of a bridal suite and other major improvements. There are 143 guest rooms at the The Partridge Inn, which is located on Walton Way in the historic Summerville neighborhood of Augusta.

The hotel began life in the 1890’s as a modest two-story private residence, opening as The Partridge Inn in 1910.


  • Lorraine Barlett
    Posted December 16, 2021 at 11:26 am

    I hope they restore some of the warm elegance that the Inn had before Hilton gave it the Gen Z decor.

    • Neil Gordon
      Posted January 25, 2022 at 5:18 am

      I have taken a tour and the color choices and elegant touches pay homage to yesteryear with an eye towards tomorrow.

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