Scout Boutique opened in April.
The store has stirred discontent among some who want downtown to remain free of big national chains.
Free People's hippie aesthetic, popular with twenty-something women, may be coming to downtown Asheville.
Second Gear's two locations are holding year-end sales; its last day of sales downtown is set for Jan. 4.
Here come the holiday shopping events.
A community-minded bike shop and a retro clothing store are opening in West Asheville.
The Brevard Road shop will be home to a selection of curated jewelry, bags, clothing designs and more.
Finish Line and Claire's are building new stores, while Radio Shack will open later this spring and As Seen on TV Plus is moving.
Ben's has more happening, including a Naughty List Party, tree trimming party and dance parties on Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve.
The company, which is expanding throughout the Southeast in 2014, plans to open a 22,000-square-foot store in Asheville.
The vintage fashion maven returns with clothing, velvet couches, a tarot card reader and a professional stylist.
A retail shop that exists for 30 days only, from an Asheville fashionista.