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.
A cat park? A putt-putt golf course? Just parking? Asheville Brewing owner Mike Rangel is entertaining ideas on what to do with the property.
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.
Brother Wolf plans two hold two community forums to address concerns, with the first one set for Monday (April 29) at Highland Brewing.
Also, peeling paint on Coxe Avenue is being cleaned up, and much more.
The 2013 opening of Ben's Tune-Up, its next door neighbor Hi-Wire Brewing and Burial Beer was a watershed moment in the development of the South Slope.
Also, Asheville Regional Airport security personnel will start wearing body cameras under a new policy approved last week, and more.
Real estate on the South Slope remains some the hottest downtown property.
Updates on the proposed Parisian Hotel, downtown busking and parking, and more.
Also, the annual Penland School of Crafts annual benefit auction is coming up on Aug. 11, and more.
Also, the ginger beer brewery Ginger's Revenge will celebrate its grand opening on May 13, and much more.
Also, the work on Pritchard Park will start up in January.
The gallery owners expect to be open in their new space by mid-October.
With a hefty financial boost from local developers, the Asheville Area Arts Council plans studios and makers space in a building on Coxe Avenue.
The ABCCM thrift store and donation center continue to hold regular business hours.
The food truck lot has been renamed 51 Coxe and will eventually have a bathroom, commissary and new seating.
The Lot on Coxe Avenue first opened in February 2013.
Also, working on a repeal of Common Core standards, a budget shortfall for in the state's Medicaid plan and more.
The property sits at the corner of Asheland and Hilliard avenues on Asheville's hot South Slope.
The 9,000-square-foot space on Coxe Ave. will allow Wicked Weed to locate a sour beer tasting room, offices and storage all in one place.
There's a critical mass of development, both planned and underway, happening right now on the South Slope.
It's the latest development proposed for a hot area for downtown development.
Twin Leaf, opening at the corner of Coxe Avenue and Banks Street, is in an area some are calling Asheville's Brewery District.
The big beer bash is set for Oct. 12 and has moved to Coxe Avenue this year from crowded Wall Street.
More action on the SoDo, SoSlo, SoHi or whatever we're calling it.
If you get towed, it will cost you $150 to get your car released.
Work has begun at 66 Asheland Ave. to create a new downtown music venue adjacent to Asheville Pizza's location on Coxe.