Mosley will be sworn in at City Council's next meeting later this month.
At least 10 percent of the residential units proposed for the Coxe/Asheland development will be designated as affordable units, offered at 80 percent AMI.
Also, Down Dog Bar & Yoga Studio is a new business in the works that would combine a yoga studio with a dog bar, and much more.
During the public comment portion of Tuesday night's meeting, no member of the public spoke against the project.
The Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission voted 5-2 to approve the redevelopment plans despite the concerns of nearby residents, who expressed concerns about increased traffic.
Construction of any affordable housing development is at least a few years away.
Stoneyard Apartments won't have any housing units deemed "affordable," but it will have a restaurant, artist studios and 85 spaces for public parking on Lyman Street.
Asheville Downtown Commission members expressed concern about the proliferation of STRs and said they would draft a memo to Asheville City Council outlining their worry.
Also, the French Broad Chocolate Lounge recently celebrated achieving Certified B Corporation status, and much more.
The project came with several historic firsts for the city, but several residents insisted it didn't go far enough in helping to ease an oppressive lack of affordable housing.
The lawsuit points to problems with bond referendum wording.
The political maneuvering is far from over.
McKibbon's cash affords Mountain Housing Opportunities a major boost as it seeks to finish a project it started in 2012.
The public meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. today (July 14) at the U.S. Cellular Center. Doors will open at 5 p.m.
The Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking input as it aims to address the need for affordable housing in the city.
Also, details about a local casting call for a photo shoot for Winston, and more.
The zoning amendment proposal now goes to Asheville City Council for a final vote.
The 1.6-acre lot at the corner of Clingman and Hilliard avenues could eventually be home to 40 affordable housing units.
Preliminary plans call for 32 one- and two-bedroom units and one commercial space, with apartment rents ranging from $850 to $1,450 a month.