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, plans for the major redevelopment of the Sears property at the Asheville Mall have once again been continued, and more.
Plans call for two, three-story buildings, each containing 11 one-bedroom apartments.
The project is in the early stages of planning, but developers recently held a neighborhood meeting to introduce the project.
In other action, an issue with a parking space at The Patton apartments threatens to derail that project.
The Bob Moog Foundation's new space will also be home to its long-planned Moogseum, which it plans to open in 2019.
Plans call for 200 apartments and new retail spots on the corner of Chestnut and Charlotte streets.
The new apartment building is planned for an area that's been a hot spot of new residential construction.
Yes, we're talking about building some 200 apartments at the Asheville Mall. And a new movie theater. And a new restaurant.
The project will not be affected by the planned widening of Interstate 240/Interstate 26 through West Asheville.
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The biggest Buncombe County property transaction came in at more than $48 million.
The construction along Coxe Avenue is part of the next wave of development on the South Slope: apartments and condos.
The location the corner of Patton Avenue and Clingman, a significant gateway into downtown Asheville.
First it was craft breweries opening on Asheville's South Slope. The next wave of development will bring new apartment complexes.
The South Slope is already home to several of Asheville's craft breweries, as well as new retail and restaurant development.
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.
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