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Historic Fayetteville schoolhouses to become hotel, townhomes


Three Historic Fayetteville schoolhouses will soon be transformed into upscale hotels, apartments and townhomes.

Inside the nearly 100-year-old former Fayetteville High School building, Gov. Jim Justice announced a $15 million tourism and redevelopment project.

Mountain Shore Properties, LLC will convert the former high school and the adjacent middle school building into a 45-50 room boutique hotel. The neighboring elementary school building will be transformed into 20-24 apartment units, while retaining the former gymnasium as a community facility for the citizens of Fayetteville. The plan also includes townhome development.

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