Buncombe County public health officials are easing up coronavirus restrictions, but some small business owners remain wary, even as they struggle financially.
Also, the popular Sunny Point Cafe in West Asheville plans to renovate an adjacent house and use it as a bakery and prep kitchen for the cafe; and more.
Also, updates on Sunny Point Cafe, Wehrloom Honey and Meadery, goPuff and more.
Also, plans for the major redevelopment of the Sears property at the Asheville Mall have once again been continued, and more.
Also, MG Road is closing and morphing into a new lobby bar for Chai Pani restaurant, and more.
The new dance club planned for Biltmore Avenue appears to be targeting a slightly older demographic than your typical nightclub.
During the public comment portion of Tuesday night's meeting, no member of the public spoke against the project.
The hotel proposal moves on the Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission for review.
Also, PennyCup Coffee's new north Asheville coffee shop is open, and much more.
Also, the Continental Lounge restaurant opens on Friday, and more.
One is designed as an extended stay hotel; the other has 56 rooms spread across three historic structures and one new building.
Duke Energy on Wednesday unveiled renderings and more details about a gas insulated electrical substation that it plans to build at the busy corner of Patton and Clingman avenues in downtown Asheville. The electrical substation, ...
Also, the new Continental Lounge restaurant on Biltmore Avenue is shooting for an early August opening, and more.
Also, the owner of a downtown Asheville pizza shop complained that loiterers along Biltmore Avenue are hurting his business.
Also, there's a big cornhole tournament coming this summer to Harrah's Cherokee Casino, and more.
Also, Walter Wells, who owned and operated the Well Groomed Barber Shop on Biltmore Avenue for half a century, died recently.
Also, details about 2018 AIR Passports on sale now, the 2018 Asheville Restaurant Week and much more.
Also, Madison Pot Pie is moving from Marshall to Woodfin, and much more.
It's not a hotel, and it's not exactly just condos.
In other new, TEDxAsheville returns in September and advance tickets are on sale now for the Mountain State Fair.
Also, hike the Highlands of Roan this Saturday on a free walk led by the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.
Also, tickets are on sale
The downtown shop was Asheville's longest-lived independent music shop.
Also, the Asheville Art Museum is planning to open temporary offices on Biltmore Avenue, and much more.
Also, Crucible bar in the River Arts District is open, and much more.
The co-op has been seeking a development partner to help it build a bigger store, and much more, on property it owns in the heart of downtown.
Also, there is new seating and restaurant space at the Curate sister restaurant, Nightbell.
Biltmore Avenue lane closures and sidewalk closures are coming up, so be prepared.
The co-op has issued a request for proposals to expand along Biltmore Avenue.
Adam and Emily Thome, who have worked at the restaurant, are working on a business plan on their own, new, catering operation.
Could the property be redeveloped for yet another downtown hotel?
It's the massive building is right behind one of Asheville's best beer and wine stores, Appalachian Vintner.
The old Matthews Ford property at 325 Biltmore Ave. just south of downtown has been vacant for years.
The new restaurant, in the former Tomato Jam Cafe location on Biltmore Avenue, should be open in June or July.
Check out the new work of Gus Cutty and Ishmael.
The owners of the popular River Arts District taco shop are taking preliminary steps to take over the former Circle in the Square location on Biltmore Avenue.
Masterton, a pioneer downtown business owner, was known for living her life by the catchphrase "Don't postpone joy."
The location is going to be renovated, while Hannah Flannagan's looks for a new location.
The Asheville Area Arts Council is also undergoing a strategic planning process its executive director says will make it stronger.
The 51 Biltmore public art project is "intended to enhance the sense of local identity in downtown Asheville," according to the call.
The Biltmore Avenue entrance features non-animated screens and LED lighting.
There's a new box office in the works for the theater, too.
The People's Choice winner at Brewgrass 2012 at last debuts its brews to the public, and here's a peek at their menu.
The studio is opening at 65-A Biltmore Ave., next to the Aloft Hotel and beneath Laurey's Deli.
The downtown brewery on Biltmore Avenue has local beer underway.
The Blackbird opening has been pushed back. No date yet. Stay tuned.