The project will bring an Earth Fare grocery store back to downtown Asheville.
The mixed-use development would add about 90 condos, 54 apartments, a 145-space parking deck, rooftop restaurant, retail space and an Earth Fare grocery store location to the Woodfin Street site that's now home to the ...
Earth Fare was mentioned as the possible downtown grocery store tenant.
Also, construction should be starting soon on the new outdoor performance venue on Coxe Avenue; and much more.
Also, plans for the major redevelopment of the Sears property at the Asheville Mall have once again been continued, and more.
The Create 72 Broadway project was approved by the Asheville Downtown Commission at its July meeting.
The projects are scheduled to be heard at the Aug. 19 meeting of the Asheville Technical Review Committee.
The hotel proposal moves on the Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission for review.
The Arras is on track to open next year.
The proposal calls for 20 hotel rooms and 11 condominium units.
One is designed as an extended stay hotel; the other has 56 rooms spread across three historic structures and one new building.
Also, there are a couple of calls to artists out right now, and more.
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.
If you're in the construction business in Asheville, you're gonna want to attend an open house meeting from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday.
Plans for the condos were announced three years ago.
How will the vote go?
Newly elected Asheville City Councilwoman Julie Mayfield on Wednesday announced she had returned a campaign donation from the developer.
The construction along Coxe Avenue is part of the next wave of development on the South Slope: apartments and condos.
Also, a new summer concert series at Pack Square Park, entrepreneur Craig McAnsh announces his departure and more.
The project is transforming about 40,000 square feet of space into 13 lofts, five retail spaces and an expansion of Lexington Avenue Brewery.