River Arts District
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Second Gear sold $1 million worth of gear and clothing in 2019, and it's business has continued to grow.
Also, Rhada Indian Grocery is coming to the old Radio Shack space off Patton Avenue in West Asheville, and much more.
Narrative-based medicine is about training patients and health-care providers to listen “radically,” and to apply the concepts of storytelling and writing to the practice of giving and receiving healthcare.
Also, Asheville Catholic School wants to build an 11,650-square-foot addition to its existing school building, and more.
The pandemic's longterm impact on Asheville artists and musicians could alter the fabric of Asheville, which has long prided itself as an arts hub.
Also, Asheville pastry chef Ashley Capps has launched a new meal delivery service, and more.
Also, Sunshine Sammies is open and serving ice cream sandwiches and other treats curbside from their ice cream truck, which is parked in front of their South Lexington Avenue shop, and more.
The project calls for a mix of uses, includes space for artists, two restaurants and a 70-room hotel.
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.
There's a grand opening party Saturday evening and a Sunday morning artist talk and brunch at Foundation Studios.
City officials said Tuesday that the issue of discolored water in its system should be resolved by Friday.
Stu's got a lot of updates.
Local outfitters in the River Arts District have banded together to form the Asheville Riverfront Alliance as recreation increases along the French Broad River in Asheville.
Also, new permits have been pulled for the RAD Lofts project in the River Arts District, and more.
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The project, first announced about five years ago, will bring 233 apartments to the River Arts District.
The Keener House, built around 1890, was home to a businessman who opened his own grocery store on the bottom level on the house on what was then known as East Haywood Street.
Asheville City Council's decision makes whole house short term rentals in the River Arts District a special condition granted by council.
Stoneyard Apartments won't have any housing units deemed "affordable," but it will have a restaurant, artist studios and 85 spaces for public parking on Lyman Street.
Also, two high profile murder cases were in the news recently, and much more.
Also, there's an economic summit Wednesday at the US Cellular Center for contractors in the construction industry, and more.
Vice Mayor Gwen Wisler and Councilman Gordon Smith voted against the hotel proposal at 95 Roberts St.
So, what does it take to put on a street festival like the Asheville Coffee Expo? After it was all over, except for #TheStruggleIsReal to break down our tent… Walking with my friend Dave Bristol ...
The project moves on to Asheville City Council for approval.
Other events this packed weekend include Overland Expo, Blue Ridge Pride Festival and much more.
One highlight: the Triple Espresso Barista Challenge, in which baristas will compete in making great latte art, the perfect cappuccino, and a "freestyle" espresso beverage of their own creation.
The plan is to develop a 70-room hotel in the building, as well as a restaurant and retail space, in the massive building at 95 Roberts St.
Also, Famous Toastery and Kids Garden AVL are planned for the Whole Foods shopping center on Tunnel Road, and more.
Also, don't miss community meetings to talk about the big River Arts District infrastructure project, and more.
The River Arts District is already poised to see millions of dollars of infrastructure investment.
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Also, Pine Gate Renewables is opening on the South Slope, and more.
Duke Energy could have site plans for the new substation at the corner of Patton and Clingman avenues in about two months.
Also, a community garden has popped up in downtown Asheville's "pit of despair," and more.
The proposed Stoneyard Apartments project goes before Asheville City Council Tuesday night for final approval.
City officials were recently shocked when construction bids came back much higher than estimated.
Conceptual drawings show a substation built below grade level to help buffer it from its surroundings.
Duke Energy has a former car dealership site along Patton Avenue under contract.
Also, hike the Highlands of Roan this Saturday on a free walk led by the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.