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Southern Village Hosts Groundbreaking for Chapel Hill's Newest Hotel

MEDIA ADVISORY FOR
Thursday, June 4
 
For more information contact:
Nicholas Johnson, (919) 357-9989 or njohnson@carolinachamber.org
 
 
Southern Village Hosts Kickoff Ceremony and Groundbreaking for Chapel Hill’s Newest Hotel
 
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber of Commerce will attend the kickoff ceremony and groundbreaking of Southern Village Hyatt Place Hotel at the Village Green in Southern Village. The 110-room, five-story hotel will be located on 15-501 South and officially open its doors to guests in the summer of 2016. The ceremony to celebrate the beginning of construction will be at 11a.m., Thursday, June 4.
 
WHO: Hyatt Place Hotel developers, Chamber Staff and Ambassadors, community and business leaders 
WHAT: Southern Village Hyatt Place Hotel Groundbreaking   
WHEN: 11:00 a.m., Thursday, June 4
WHERE: Village Green in Southern Village
 
“The hotel will feature an open and intuitive design, North Carolina’s unique artistic and architectural flair, along with careful attention to high quality & environmentally sustainable construction,” said Boris Bunich of Beacon Investment Management Group. In addition, the new hotel will feature art work from Kalisher, a Carrboro gallery that specializes in hospitality art.
 
For photos of ribbon cuttings and groundbreakings, please visit the Chamber’s Flickr site at http://bit.ly/1yYH73z.
 
For more information, or for an entire Southern Village Hyatt Place Hotel press kit, contact Rosemary Waldorf at (919) 414-2047 or waldorf@nc.rr.com.  
 
For more information about ribbon cuttings and groundbreakings, visit carolinachamber.org/Resources or to attend as a member of the media, contact Nicholas Johnson (919) 357-9989

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The Chapel Hill-Carrboro (NC) Chamber of Commerce is a business leadership organization serving the greater Chapel Hill, NC community.  The Chamber serves and supports the business interests of its more than 1,200 members and helps create a sustainable community where they can thrive.