With funding lagging for some of Asheville’s shovel-ready greenway projects, a local organization has stepped in to help get one in the road, so to speak.
Hilliard Avenue Apartments, a new five-story, 80-unit apartment building with 5,200 square feet of commercial space, is planned for a vacant lot at the corner of Hilliard and Clingman avenues. Sixty of the apartments are to be deemed affordable housing.
The city’s oldest public housing complex is set to undergo a $36.5 million transformation after winning a competitive tax credit grant
The largest residential project in the history of Asheville’s River Arts District is scheduled to begin construction in March, a city planner confirms.
The planning and zoning commission voted unanimously Wednesday to approve the seven-story “145 Biltmore Avenue” project on the city’s South Slope.
The Buncombe real estate market continues to boom, but real estate agents have an unusual problem: They need more homes to sell.
The historic Grove House Entertainment Complex at 11 Grove St. off Patton Avenue in downtown Asheville has been sold to Ohio-based real estate investors global X for $2.9 million
This fall, Green Opportunities was one of 23 organizations from across the U.S. to receive a $200,000 two-year grant as part of The Kresge Foundation’s initiative, Fresh, Local & Equitable
An empty lot that was once home to an old ice house on Riverside Drive has been identified as a top location for a mixed-use development that could be home to 80 units of affordable housing.