2014 Year in Review: Red Feather Lodge breaks ground on housing project

From left: Architect Michael Taylor, Red Feather Properties part owner Chris Thurston, Straightline Construction President Pete Muscarella, Red Feather Lodge General Manager Julie Aldaz and Red Feather part owner Clarinda Vail break ground on a housing project for Red Feather employees March 7. Ryan Williams/WGCN.

From left: Architect Michael Taylor, Red Feather Properties part owner Chris Thurston, Straightline Construction President Pete Muscarella, Red Feather Lodge General Manager Julie Aldaz and Red Feather part owner Clarinda Vail break ground on a housing project for Red Feather employees March 7. Ryan Williams/WGCN.

TUSAYAN, Ariz. - Architect Michael Taylor, Red Feather Properties part owner Chris Thurston, Straightline Construction President Pete Muscarella, Red Feather Lodge General Manager Julie Aldaz and Red Feather part owner Clarinda Vail broke ground on a housing project for Red Feather employees in March. The future accommodations, two town homes and a dormitory, provide housing for around 30 employees and cost around $3.5 to $3.8 million to build. Red Feather built the town homes around Tusayan's oldest remaining structure, a freestanding fireplace and chimney built in 1944. Aldaz told ground breaking attendees that Red Feather hoped to complete construction by the first or second week in September. Those interested in contributing items for a time capsule, to be buried near the fireplace, brought them to Aldaz's office at the Red Feather Lodge.

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