Asheville Downtown Commission
The hotel proposal was approved before the current one-year moratorium on new hotel projects in Asheville.
The Create 72 Broadway project was approved by the Asheville Downtown Commission at its July meeting.
The project, which could bring 600 new apartments to 4.4 acres between Coxe and Asheland avenues, is set to be presented to the South Slope Neighborhood Association on Tuesday.
A planned mayoral vote by telephone and revelations regarding the criminal past of one of the Flatiron Building's owners offer new wrinkles to tonight's planned discussion.
The naming rights issue is controversial, with competing bids from U.S. Cellular and Harrah's Cherokee Casino.
During the public comment portion of Tuesday night's meeting, no member of the public spoke against the project.
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The Asheville Technical Review Committee hearing is the project's next step in the bureaucratic quest for approval.
The hotel proposal moves on the Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission for review.
The plans are in the earliest stages, but moving ahead.
The pilot program integrates the roles of ambassador, public safety official, medical responder and law enforcement liaison, according to the proposal.
The new "condotel" is proposed for the corner of Buncombe and Aston streets just off Coxe Avenue.
The road project, which will cost about of three quarters of a billion dollars, is set to start right-of-way acquisition in 2019.
Updates on the proposed Parisian Hotel, downtown busking and parking, and more.
Building owner Charlie Ball and his family want to build up so they'll have more space for small business start-ups. And condos, too.
It's not a hotel, and it's not exactly just condos.
Duke Energy's plans aren't yet finalized, the chairman of the Asheville Downtown Commission said Friday, but they're close.
Duke Energy could have site plans for the new substation at the corner of Patton and Clingman avenues in about two months.
Also, WLOS has hired a new sports reporter to replace Luke Notestine, and more.
City officials are looking at ways to raise money to increase the life of existing parking decks and possibly add onto them.
Members of the Asheville Downtown Commission said last week that standards for development should be clearly expressed.
After reviewing The Parisian hotel's design, one commissioner asked, "What's next, a pyramid?" Still, the project was approved on a 6-1 vote.
The Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission review comes after the Asheville Downtown Commission rejected the hotel proposal.
The Asheville Downtown Commission rejected a downtown hotel design last week, with one member calling the design “cheesy” and another expressing reservations about the intentions of developers. On a 5-4 vote, the city advisory board dismissed ...
Plans for new construction on the museum project must still meet city approval.
Two city advisory boards have split on their approval of the downtown hotel project.
Also, the work on Pritchard Park will start up in January.
Also, eight employees of Everyday Health inAsheville were laid off on Monday as Ziff Davis acquired the company, and more.
Also, Franzi Charen is appointed to the Asheville Downtown Commission, James Fisher leaves the Asheville Citizen-Times for the Asheville Ale Trail, and more.
The "pit of despair" could be the focus of a park design competition, but first there needs to be a vision for the space, an Asheville City Council subcommittee decided on Tuesday.
Applicants see a city nearing a tipping point with the impact of downtown development and tourism, and they want to have a voice in how it shakes out.
Also, "Garden & Gun" magazine gives a nod to the Grey Eagle, and much more.
The next stop for the project to remodel the BB&T building into a new hotel and condos is the Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission.
Newly elected Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield on Wednesday announced she had returned a campaign donation from the developer.
Friday's wonderfully warm spring weather brought out the street performers, the visitors and the police.
The new hotel at the corner of College and Broadway will be a 9-story hotel and parking deck structure. The plan is for a 120-room hotel with a new 120,000-square-foot parking deck.