The Taconic Hotel opened in the Winter of 2015. Located in the heart of lovely Manchester, Vermont, the Taconic Hotel effortlessly encompasses the comforts of the grand leisure inns of days past while artfully bringing to life all of your modern hospitality whims. Named after the bordering Taconic Mountains, the Taconic Hotel lies nestled in the valley between the Taconic and Green mountain ranges. The Taconic Hotel’s 87 guest rooms and three standalone cottages feature a variety of expansive views. The award winning 110 seat tavern-style restaurant, the Copper Grouse, serves regional American fare that reflects Vermont’s culinary traditions of heartfelt comfort food. The space is designed to encourage lingering, with a wrap-around porch seating and a cozy, double-sided fireplace. The hotel also features a 2,600 square foot ballroom, along with an elegant outdoor venue perfect for weddings and other events. In addition, the hotel includes a boutique selling a variety of locally sourced, unique specialty items, ranging from clothes to little knick-knacks.According to Economist Jeffery Carr’s Economic Impact Study of the project. The development and operation of Taconic Hotel has already created 532 both direct and indirect jobs for the region. By adopting the EB-5 Program created by the congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors, First Cambridge Capital made Taconic Hotel project not only a great success business-wise and contributed to local economy but also helped our foreign investor to make their American Dream come true.