The downtown Asheville business owners condemned the violence that Asheville Police used against protesters.
The bottom line is that the power that the Kimpton brand brings will elevate The Arras, especially as the competition for the hotel dollar continues to increase in Asheville.
There are more than a dozen new Asheville hotels either under construction or in the planning phase.
The hotel proposal was the first to come before Asheville City Council under new rules governing hotel construction in the city.
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Members of the Asheville Downtown Commission said last week that standards for development should be clearly expressed.
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The general contractor leading construction to turn Asheville’s tallest office building into a building containing condos, a boutique hotel, two independent restaurants and retail space is reaching out to local subcontractors, tradesmen and vendors as ...
Check out details on the construction, branding and restaurants of The Arras, the new name of Asheville's tallest building.
McKibbon's cash affords Mountain Housing Opportunities a major boost as it seeks to finish a project it started in 2012.
Asheville's tallest building, the former BB&T office building, is being remade into luxury condos and a boutique hotel.
The partnership greatly expands the Pollays' influence on Asheville's creative downtown restaurant scene.
It's a piece of property near the St. Lawrence Basilica and U.S. Cellular Center that city officials have struggled with for more than a decade.
The name "Vandre Nouveau Hotel" is out. A new name will be announced in coming weeks.
The remodeling will also add two new restaurant spaces to downtown Asheville.
Over the next two years, Asheville's iconic office building will be transformed into the Vandre Nouveau luxury hotel.
The city-owned lot has created headaches for Asheville city officials the past 15 years. And yes, hoteliers still want to build on it.
Here are more renderings for the new AC Hotel proposed for downtown Asheville.
The new hotel at the corner of College and Broadway will be a 9-story hotel and parking deck structure. The plan is for a 120-room hotel with a new 120,000-square-foot parking deck.
Hotelier John McKibbon placed a big bet on the future of downtown Asheville yesterday with his purchase of the BB&T building.