The Kessler Collection, a portfolio of 12 boutique hotels, is expanding in the Southeast with a $150 million mixed-use village development in Cashiers, N.C. The village will be designed by architect and town planner Christian Sottile. The 24.5-acre development will incorporate accommodations including a boutique lodge, mountain cottages and 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. Cashiers East Village is set to break ground in 2023 and will leave about one-third of the property open for greenspace and parkland. In the residential part of the development, Cashiers Hall will include commercial and retail space to support local businesses, such as honey makers, farmers and artisans. It will also include small-scale restaurant space and an event lawn for outdoor exhibitions, art shows and special events. The project’s first phase will be complete in 2025. Mark Kessler is President and COO of Kessler Collection. The Kessler Collection has properties in Alabama, Colorado, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.
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