When Jack Cecil made the decision to develop the last remaining parcel from the Biltmore Estate, he wanted it to be something special. His first step was to engage world-renowned architect James Cutler to design a sales center that would be a truly unique building. Incorporating the concepts of Frederick Law Olmstead, the original site planner of the Biltmore Estate, Cutler created a piece of furniture masquerading as a structure. Understanding that this creation would require a far more capable builder than usually associated with commercial construction, they brought in Bronco Construction to turn this complex design into reality.[ more ]