The Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission is the next stop for Jettie Rae's Fish n' Such, proposed to built along Riverside Drive.
Also, Asheville has organized a chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and more.
Zillicoah Beer has invited about 30 breweries to participate, and is partnering with Buxton Hall BBQ on food.
One of the big issues will be parking. Read on for details about paid on-site parking, as well as a free shuttle bus.
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, the Asheville Regional Airport is on track to break the 1 million passenger mark, and much more.
Also, two new food delivery services have arrived on the Asheville food scene.
The project, first announced about five years ago, will bring 233 apartments to the River Arts District.
Make Space will allow Sovereign Remedies cocktail bar in downtown Asheville to greatly expand its growing food offerings.
Construction of any affordable housing development is at least a few years away.
The Windsor Hotel, a boutique hotel in downtown Asheville, recently sold for more than $9 million, and more.
Riverside Drive is a hot area for development these days.
The 5 Riverside Dr. location opened in 2005 and a favorite of former President Barack Obama's.
City officials were recently shocked when construction bids came back much higher than estimated.
Also, the ginger beer brewery Ginger's Revenge will celebrate its grand opening on May 13, and much more.
Also, the new City Centre complex celebrates its grand opening, and much more.
The warehouse was the site of a massive mural painting project back in May.
Appraisals and negotiations will follow as the city condemns property to realign Riverside Drive in the River Arts District.
Here's one: There are more roundabouts coming to the RAD.
Charlie Hodge, owner of downtown's Sovereign Remedies, jumped at the chance to buy Ole Shakey's, the old biker bar next to Bywater bar on Riverside Drive.
The Bywater has become a victim of its own success.
The grand plan is for the space to house a collection of artists who can collaborate from prototyping to production.
Highlights: River access, a 2,400-square-foot wrap-around deck, a take-out window for visitors by road or by boat, and more.
The website stands opposed to the current, multi-million dollar plan to redevelop Riverside Drive.
A proposed City Council plan for guiding development along Riverside Drive in the RAD would go hand-in-hand with a major N.C. DOT road improvement project for Riverside.
Salvage Station, at 665 Riverside Drive, will also have three river access points and a 450-space parking lot.
The event is set for 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday at The Boathouse on Riverside Drive. Tickets are $20.
Folks will see the future site of a Riverside Drive venue, the future site of a new Thirsty Monk brewery and Wicked Weed Brewing's new sour tasting room.
West Asheville resident offers alternative to increasing tractor-trailer traffic on Haywood Rd.