Spruce Peak, a luxury resort in Stowe Mountain, Vermont, recently announced the completion of its highly anticipated $90 million Village Center.
Spruce Peak hopes to revolutionize the Northeast ski experience with its $90 million Village Center that will include club residences, a 20,000-square-foot Alpine Clubhouse, a 30,000-square-foot Adventure Center and boutique shops surrounding a 10,000-square-foot ice skating rink.
The new residences will consist of 19 luxury resort club homes that were designed with dynamic glass and wood interiors to accent the majestic outdoor environment. In addition to offering ski storage and valet parking, the Alpine Clubhouse will also feature a private dining facility and a ski club for residents and members. The clubhouse overlooks the skating rink that has hosted performances by Olympic skaters including Nancy Kerrigan. The Adventure Center will encompass the famed Stowe Children’s Ski and Ride school, a movie area, a casual dining facility and a climbing gym that replicated some of the local rock formations.
“When we began this project, we envisioned creating the East’s answer to Deer Valley, Aspen or Beaver Creek,” said Spruce Peak at Stowe’s Vice President & Director of Real Estate, Sam Gaines. “We knew in order to create this community, we would need to develop world-class facilities and amenities that infuse the community with a sense of luxury not yet seen in this area of Vermont.”
Spruce Peak’s development philosophy centers around sustainability and the environment, which was reflected in the Village Center; the center is heated and cooled by one of the largest private geothermal systems that is made up of 100 wells under the ski slopes.
The new center adds to the many amenities that are already featured in the resort including ski slopes, a spa, an ice skating rink, a golf course and a performing arts center. The resort offers 18 four-bedroom Village Townhomes and 2,100-square-foot triplex units that range from $1.5 million to $2.2 million.
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