Ultra-luxury resort in Big Sky set to open at the end of 2021 | Business
Construction of an ‘ultra-luxury’ resort in Big Sky, which was linked to one of Montana’s biggest coronavirus outbreaks last year, is ending and the hotel is now accepting reservations before it opens in late 2021 .
The more than $ 400 million Big Sky Montage plans to offer 150 rooms and 39 residences, with ski-in / ski-out access to Big Sky, a restaurant, spa, multiple pools, bowling and arcade, a children’s program for families and other amenities.
The 39 residences have already been purchased and their price ranges from around $ 5 million to over $ 18 million.
The 500,000 square foot hotel is scheduled to open on December 15th. Hart Howerton Architects Design designed the exterior, with interior designs from BraytonHughes Design Studios.
âWe look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy the magic of the American West and relax in one of the most scenic destinations in the world,â Frank Cavella, Director of Sales and Marketing, said in a statement. Press.
At the time, Suffolk Construction, the company leading the work at Montage Big Sky, said it was taking important precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19, including temperature checks, regular cleaning and devices audible warning to keep workers 6 feet apart.
Montage International has partnered with CrossHarbor Capital Partners LLC to open the complex in the Spanish enclave of Big Sky.
CrossHarbor Capital Partners, a Boston-based real estate investment firm, owns the Yellowstone Club and co-owns the Moonlight Basin and the Spanish Peaks Mountain Club. CrossHarbor is also responsible for bringing the Wilson Hotel to Big Sky.
Montage Hotels & Resorts is a luxury hotel management company, based in Orange County, California, founded by Alan J. Fuerstman in 2002.
Lone Mountain Land Company, formed in 2014 by CrossHarbor, manages the properties.
Laura Seyfang, executive director of the Big Sky Community Housing Trust, said the complex provides housing for the workforce, but Big Sky continues to catch up to provide enough housing overall.
âThe opening of the Montage will certainly add more worker needs to our already very short-lived community, but Lone Mountain Land Company, the developer of the Montage owners, has really stepped up over the past two years to build new ones. new housing unit for workers like those who will be in Montage. This will help with our housing problem, the problem is that we were already in a deep hole, “Seyfang said.
Some labor accommodation will be provided by the hotel. The Spanish Peaks Mountain Club purchased the River Rock Lodge, a 29-room hotel, in 2019 to accommodate contractors working on Montage and said the lodge will house seasonal workers once the project is completed.
A spokesperson for Montage said other workforce housing projects were underway, but did not provide details on those projects.
“We are working diligently to provide accommodation for all of our team members who join Montage Big Sky and who wish accommodation,” the spokesperson wrote.