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No. Adams: PTC, this is a long way from DiLeggo’s Diner …

A follow-up story in DeZeen   paints an attractive picture of this imaginative addition to local color.

Of interest, if anyone recognizes any names:

Project credits:

Lead designer: Ben Bvenson of Broder
Architect: Hank Scollard
Interior design: Spartan Shop (Julie Pearson)
Landscape architecture: Reed Hilderbrand
Bridge designer: Tree-Mendous Aerial Adventures (Gerhard Komend)
Developer: Brody (Ben Svenson, managing partner)
Partners: Ben Svenson, John Stirratt, Scott Stedman, Eric Kerns, and Cortney Burns

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#1 Comment By PTC On August 16, 2018 @ 12:10 pm

It’s for wealthy 30-40 somethings. The hipsters. Anything that brings some good press for North Adams is welcome.

I do worry about the art museums monopoly to a degree. At least this one has a guitar player involved. Rock and roll!

#2 Comment By PTC On August 17, 2018 @ 12:16 pm

Did you notice… no nod to Williamstown in this article when discussing nearby cultural attractions. Nothing about the college, theater festival, or the Clark.

#3 Comment By ZSD On August 17, 2018 @ 2:22 pm

#4 Comment By PTC On August 17, 2018 @ 7:08 pm

ZSD- It’s a cool layout. It does not try make some kind of statement by being “bigger, faster, stronger” but rather sets a relaxed vibe by blending with the environment and the the town of North Adams.

#5 Comment By PTC On August 17, 2018 @ 7:12 pm

https://www.touristswelcome.com

Not badly priced either. $360 a night in the height of the season on a weekend is worth it.

I wonder what the New Williams Inn will charge for rooms? I would guess about the same.