Also, construction should be starting soon on the new outdoor performance venue on Coxe Avenue; and much more.
The projects are scheduled to be heard at the Aug. 19 meeting of the Asheville Technical Review Committee.
The brewery says it's still on track to begin brewing in Asheville later this year.
All the vessels are scheduled to arrive on Craven Street in Asheville by Jan. 10.
Here's a look at the fastest changing street in all of Asheville.
Jay Richardson, general manager of New Belgium's new Asheville brewery, said Tuesday that construction at the Craven Street site will peak from now until April.
Pile-driving resumes, the walls are up on the packaging hall and the brewhouse foundation will be poured this weekend.
New Belgium's new East Coast brewery in Asheville is starting to take shape.
Check out these photos of the site of New Belgium's new East Coast brewery in Asheville.
The old dive bar is getting some new life.
A massive new grocery store is taking shape on Tunnel Road, while New Belgium continues brewery site work on Craven Street.
Work includes concrete removal and trucking in tons of new dirt to raise the riverside location out of a flood plain.
The de-construction of buildings on the site will continue through the end of May.
A New Belgium official visited the site this morning as authorities continue to ask for the public's help in solving this arson case.
5:30-7:30 at the Isis with CEO Kim Jordan, and new GM Jay Richardson.
New Belgium will start tearing down warehouses on the site first, then move on to site preparation work.
An important meeting for anyone interested in New Belgium's plans to build a brewery in Asheville.
8:30-10 a.m. in the FLS Energy boardroom.
A look at the site before de-construction of warehouses begins next month.