North Carolina’s first My Place Hotel breaks ground

Huntersville, N.C., Mayor John Aneralla and Jill Swain of the Huntersville Chamber of Commerce joined the owners, general contractor and My Place Hotels executives to celebrate My Place Huntersville's groundbreaking. Photo credit: My Place Hotels of America

MP Huntersville broke ground on a four-story, 84-room My Place Hotel in Huntersville, N.C. Slated to open early next spring, the hotel will mark the extended-stay brand’s first location in the state.

My Place Huntersville will be located right off I-77, less than a half hour drive north of Charlotte, N.C., the state’s most populous city. Guests staying at the property will have quick access to a variety of dining and retail options.

The project marks the fifth My Place Hotel for its general contractor, Celtic Services. “We really enjoy the process My Place HQ has developed to coordinate everything needed from ownership and general contractor,” Aaron Lawson, one of the founders of Celtic Services, said in a statement.

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My Place Hotels of America is a franchise company based out of Aberdeen, S.D. The brand currently has 52 hotels open across 23 states, with more than 120 properties in the pipeline.

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