Cary, NC (PRWEB) March 31, 2013
The Town of Cary has been collaborating with the Crossman's to develop a project that will blend with the historic character of the area while also increasing downtown density and bring a new 45-room boutique hotel. The site is a 1-acre parcel on the corner of S. Academy St. and E. Park St. and will include the new construction hotel, as well as 2 historic homes that will be moved to the site – the Waldo-Rood House and the Mayton House.
Construction plans schedule the ground breaking for August 2013 and date of completion is projected for August 2014. While the upper two floors will consist of 33 spacious rooms and 11 deluxe suites, the first floor will boast over 13,000 sq. ft. of public space with a library, full bar & restaurant as well as event spaces including meeting rooms and an outdoor terrace that will be open to the public. A high tech gym facility and spa will be on the ground floor and available for guest use.
To create the Mayton Inn’s luxury atmosphere, the Crossmans are working with Center Studio
Architecture to develop the classically-styled Inn and will implement green technologies in all aspects of the building. To create the Art Deco style of the Mayton Inn, the Crossmans are collaborating with Megliola Beal Interior Design for interior design and aesthetics. The Inn will offer High Tea, as well as turn-down service with port and chocolates. A gourmet hot breakfast will be served every morning in the full service restaurant. In addition, the Inn will offer complimentary wireless Internet, in-room iPads, and 42” HDTVs .
Local downtown businesses, non-profit organizations and Cary citizens have positively endorsed the Mayton Inn. The Friends of Page-Walker, an active Cary community organization that supports historic preservation and community culture, has been a strong advocate for the project. "The Friends of the Page-Walker are delighted to welcome The Mayton Inn to downtown Cary," said Friends President, Brent Miller. "We believe that this luxurious Georgian-style hotel will be an asset to our community and attract more people to enjoy the historical and cultural resources downtown. We are very pleased that the owners have paid such careful attention to compatibility with the Town Center Historic District and preserving the Waldo House and Mayton House as part of the project." In addition, many local businesses and citizens have reached out to express congratulations and excitement for the Crossman’s newest venture. Deanna Crossman notes, “We’re thrilled to be a part of the renaissance in downtown.
Everyone has been so welcoming, we feel like we’re already neighbors and friends.” I will write one more line following to wrap it all up.
For more information or questions, please contact info(at)maytoninn(dot)com. To follow the project, follow us on the Mayton Inn’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Mayton-Inn/536498323031289?fref=ts or our blog: Musings at the Mayton Inn - http://maytoninn.wordpress.com/.