Developers are planning to build a Hilton Curio Collection Hotel in the Village District in Raleigh, North Carolina. The former K&W Cafeteria building in the Village District is set to be demolished for the new hotel. Named the Oberlin Hotel, the building will rise seven stories and feature 153 guest rooms. Quality Oil Company, is the hotel’s developer and management company. The Oberlin Hotel will be at the intersection of Woodburn Road and Smallwood Drive. The building will measure around 115,000 square feet. The project will also include a parking deck for use by hotel customers and visitors to the Village District. The hotel’s sixth floor roof area will feature a “signature high-end restaurant” and rooftop bar promising views of Downtown Raleigh. Its lobby will also feature a cocktail bar along with a market-style cafe. The property will include meeting and banquet space, a courtyard and covered patio, a stage for live music and on-site catering. Construction is set to begin with the demolition of the former K&W Cafeteria building in late July. The hotel is to open in the summer of 2025. Isom Ham Design Group is the architect for the project and Matthews Construction is the contractor. Graham Bennett, president of Quality Oil Company.

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