THE KESSLER COLLECTION REVEALS PLANS FOR $150 MILLION+ MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT, EXPANDING NORTH CAROLINA FOOTPRINT
The Kessler Collection, a portfolio of 12 artistically inspired boutique hotels, continues expansion throughout the Southeast announcing a $150 million+ small scale mixed-use village development in Cashiers, N.C., designed by architect and town planner Christian B. Sottile.*
Focused on the conservation and preservation of the town’s character, Cashiers East Village is set to break ground in 2023 and will leave about one-third of the property open for greenspace and parkland. The 24.5-acre development will incorporate diverse accommodations including a boutique lodge, mountain cottages and luxurious glamping cabins, as well as two full-service restaurants with a rooftop bar, a café, high-end shopping, art spaces, an event pavilion and residential village anchored by a retail and community center – Cashiers Hall. Cashiers Hall will feature commercial and retail space to support local businesses, such as honey makers, farmers and artisans. Bringing to life the history of Cashiers, it will also have educational experiences such as narrations by local farmers and community members, telling the rich stories of the region, along with photography displays. It will also offer small-scale restaurant space and an event lawn for outdoor exhibitions, art shows and special events.
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