Tracy Suttles

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Tracy Suttles
Born Tracy D. Suttles
Houston, Texas, US
Residence Houston, Texas, US
Occupation Real estate developer
Years active 1986–present

Tracy D. Suttles is an American businessman and entrepreneur in Houston, Texas. He was formerly president of NBC Holdings there.

Early years

Suttles played point guard for the basketball team of the Admiral King High School in Lorain, Ohio, in 1980.[1]


Suttles was president of NBC Holdings, a Houston property company. In 2004 he converted the Kirby Building on Main Street from offices to residential units.[2][3] From 2002 to 2005,[no citations needed here] he owned a palace originally built for a Saudi Arabian prince.[4][5] In 2003 he failed in an attempt to buy the Westward Ho Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for $78 million, leading to lawsuits.[6][7]

Suttles filed for bankruptcy in early 2013, and was discharged later that year. In 2017 he received a loan of almost $300,000 over five years to demolish the abandoned Ramada Inn building by St. Louis Lambert International Airport in Bridgeton, Missouri, to make a parking lot.[8]