Marquette University residence hall that was originally built as a hotel.
It was originally known as the Coach House Motor Inn, and later as a Holiday Inn.
The Beatles stayed at the hotel in 1964.
In 1975, the Pabst Mansion was proposed to be demolished and the lot turned into a parking lot for the hotel. Those plans did not advance after a lengthy battle over the future of the Gilded Age mansion.
Marquette bought the building in 1980.
The residence hall is named after Josephine Hallman Mashuda.