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.
The existing coal-fired units will retire no later than January 2020 after the new plant starts serving customers at the end of this year.
Duke Energy is closing down the Lake Julian plant and transitioning to a one fueled with natural gas.
Also, there's new construction action on Carolina Lane at the site of a building collapse five years ago, and more.
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, Asheville Regional Airport security personnel will start wearing body cameras under a new policy approved last week, and more.
Here’s more of what’s going around… -There’s a plan in the works to “activate” Carolina Lane, Chicken Alley, and Broadway Street, through the arts. The effort is being led by the Asheville Design Center and ...
The new apartment building is planned for an area that's been a hot spot of new residential construction.
Also, the African music collective Les Amis will celebrate its two-year anniversary on Nov. 15 at 5 Walnut, and much more.
Also, there's a new restaurant opening in the basement of the Jackson Building downtown, and more.
Also, Ingles is planning to build a large new grocery store on Smokey Park Highway, and more.
Duke Energy's plans aren't yet finalized, the chairman of the Asheville Downtown Commission said Friday, but they're close.
Also, there's a new exhibit called "Wicked Plants" coming to the N.C. Arboretum, and more.
Also, Asheville Community Theatre is ready to unveil its remodeled auditorium, and more.
Duke Energy could have site plans for the new substation at the corner of Patton and Clingman avenues in about two months.
Conceptual drawings show a substation built below grade level to help buffer it from its surroundings.
Duke Energy has been on the hunt for a handful of locations for new substations that would serve a growing city.
The May 31 forum will be held at Dickson Elementary School, where parents are upset about the proposed construction of an electric power substation nearby.
The new natural gas power plant, which will include a solar energy farm, should be open by 2020, Duke officials said Tuesday.
The permit will be discussed at a 6 p.m. meeting Wednesday at Erwin High School's auditorium.
Also, Asheville Makerspace finds a new home at a former West Asheville day care center, more.
Asheville's green business leaders take a stand.
The old Matthews Ford property at 325 Biltmore Ave. just south of downtown has been vacant for years.