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Tracy D. Suttles|
Houston, Texas, US
|Residence||Houston, Texas, US|
|Occupation||Real estate developer|
Tracy D. Suttles is an American businessman and entrepreneur in Houston, Texas. He was formerly president of NBC Holdings there.
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. From 2002 to 2005,[no citations needed here] he owned a palace originally built for a Saudi Arabian prince. In 2003 he failed in an attempt to buy the Westward Ho Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for $78 million, leading to lawsuits.
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.
- The Morning Journal News. "JAMES A POPIEL: Admiral King High School leaves outstanding legacy", The Morning Journal, Lorain, Ohio, 30 May 2012. Retrieved on 26 June 2017.
- Sarnoff, Nancy. "Tracy Suttles to Redevelop Houston's Kirby Building Into Apartments", Commercial Real Estate Direct, Houston, Texas, 17 February 2004. Retrieved on 28 June 2017.
- Houston Business Journal. "Princely mansion finally finds new owner", American City Business Journals, Houston, Texas, 13 October 2002. Retrieved on 28 June 2017.