A public notice about the Asheville Planning and Zoning Comission’s meeting on June 5 includes this agenda item:
Review of a Level II site plan for the project identified as the Chrysler Building located at 162 Coxe Avenue. The project proposes to develop a parking area, add streetscape improvements and develop 24 units and office space within the existing 27,391 square foot building. The property owners are Conabeer, LLC and Coxe Avenue, LLC and the contact is Mark Wilson, ASLA. The property is identified in the Buncombe County Tax records as PINs 9648-38-4172 and 9648-38-4263. Planner coordinating review – Alan Glines.
This project is coming along as several other new businesses are planning to open on Asheville’s South Slope. Some background here and here and here.
There are other interesting items on the agenda. The YMCA wants to build an addition to its downtown location, and a property owner wants property on Asheland Avenue on the city’s South Slope to be rezoned. Click here to see the agenda.
The meeting is set for 5 p.m. on June 5 in City Hall.
I’m mostly interested in why the “comission” doesn’t spell it with two m’s like everyone else.