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Hospitality Property Showcase: 125 Tee Pee Drive in Whittier

125 Tee Pee Drive in Whittier

Take advantage of this turnkey business opportunity! 125 Tee Pee Drive, Whittier | 18,303 SF | $4,998,500 This is your chance to own a well-established motel and set of creekside cabins just minutes from Harrah’s Cherokee Casino! Sited on 6.35 acres in the mountains, there is ample opportunity to cash in on nostalgia by bringing… Read more »

The Swag Country Inn Sits above Everyday Distractions

Heading up Hemphill Road, just outside Maggie Valley, the lush fields and bungalow homes of Jonathan Creek fade in the rearview mirror. I pull up to a large metal gate and soon find myself meandering along a dirt road, pushing ever so carefully toward the top of the 5,000-foot ridge. At the end of the… Read more »

All about the 3 New Construction Projects Revitalizing the Block

After nearly six decades of decline, three new developments are opening on South Market Street in downtown Asheville—all within six months of each other! Centered at the intersection of Eagle and Market Streets in downtown Asheville, the Block was once the city’s thriving African-American business district. The economy of the area was so strong that… Read more »

Manage Your Own B&B in Any of these Great WNC Hotel Properties

Be honest. Have you ever wanted to own your own bed and breakfast or manage your own quaint, historic inn? If you’re tired of pushing aside your dreams of being your very own Gilmore girl, now may be the time to wake up and get started. There are no less than 14 B&Bs, inns, and… Read more »

REPORT: $178B Invested in Commercial Real Estate for 2015 by ultra-high-net-worth individuals

Luxury Daily Luxury Daily is the world’s leading trade publication covering luxury marketing and retail across all mediums and channels.The article summarized below was originally written by Jen King. It is important to recognize that high-net-worth individuals account for 25 percent of all global commercial property transactions. In 2015, Knight Frank found that the UHNW population… Read more »