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Hotel developers chase growing herd of global tourists in Asheville, N.C.

This scenic mountain town continues to attract global tourists, and hotel developers seeking to cash in on a growing market.  Between 2009 and 2018, about $187 million worth of construction will have been spent building rooms in the city, according to the Citizen-Times.

 

The most significant project is, perhaps, the $26 million conversion of the city's BB&T "skyscraper" into the Hotel Arras, an upscale, 128-room hotel set to open in 2018. McKibbon is the developer working on the project.

 

 

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