An Orange hotel with a list of conditions imposed on its liquor licence aimed at curbing incidents of violence has been sold.
Benchmark Commercial real estate director Nigel Staniforth said the Hotel Orange on Summer Street was sold for an undisclosed price just before Christmas.
“It was a quick sale, we only had it listed for a few weeks,” he said.
Mr Staniforth said the buyer was a “local operator” who planned to continue to run the business as a hotel.
He said settlement was due on the property in a few weeks.
The Department of Industry approved changes to the hotel’s liquor licence from August 31 in an effort by police to limit violence and alcohol service issues.
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The 12 conditions became the most for any hotel in Orange with the next highest on five.
The conditions on the Hotel Orange imposed from August 31 included providing security officers and responsible service of alcohol marshals at certain times.
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