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Address // 1 Page Avenue, Asheville
Size // 255,125sf
Units // 90
Major Tenant(s) // Four Corners Home, Battery Park Book Exchange & Champagne Bar, Modesto, Roberto Coin
The Grove Arcade is a Class-A retail, office, and residential complex located in downtown Asheville. With a Walk-Score of 92 it is the most attractive class A Office location in Downtown with dozens of restaurants within a few minutes walk, including Chai Pani, Tupelo Honey, Cucina 24, and The Market Place. Property is strategically located and occupies a city block on the west side of Downtown Asheville, located .02 mi from I-240. It anchors an area of downtown that includes a handful of Carolina’s finest restaurants, retailers.
Address // 829 Riverside Drive
Size // 100,000sf
Units // 30
Major Tenant(s) // UNC Asheville Mechatronic Department, NC Glass Center, Astral Buoyancy, Ginger’s Revenge, Evan Kafka Photography.
River Arts Makers Place is located at the I-26 and Riverside Drive entrance to Asheville’s River Art’s District. The former warehouse buildings we repurposed in 2016 into studio maker space. The inventive building will hold an array of studio artists from ceramics to mechatronics engineering. The Ramp Studios will consist of 30 plus tenants working within Asheville’s art community. The project is anchored by UNCA’s STEAM Team and the North Carolina Glass School, a state of the art glass center. This new center will be home to a public glass facility for artists, classes and gallery.
Address // 129 Roberts Street & 37 Paynes Way
Size // 22,860sf
Units // 22
Major Tenant(s) // Wedge Brewing, Anandowest Hair Studio, Bull & Beggar, Splurge Design
Located in the heart of Asheville’s River Arts District, the Wedge is a 100-year- old converted three-story classic railroad warehouse building that boasts an eclectic blend of artisans and business operators. The Wedge is home to 30 plus working artist studios, the Wedge Brewing Company, The Bull & Beggar Restaurant, Anandowest Hair Studio and Splurge Design. The Wedge is well known as an innovative property, artisan incubator and tourist destination within the vibrant RAD.
Address // 339 Old Lyman Street
Size // 127,566sf
Units // 10
Major Tenant(s) // 12 Bones, Wedge Brewery, Asheville Skate Park
Underneath the bright layers of spray paint at this notable property along the French Broad River, you will find new life and robust character. The 13 acre property is being repurposed and staking its claim to well known and flourishing business in the Asheville community. Along with is front seat to the to the path of transformation in the River Arts District, the former industry spaces will become the new home to an wide-ranging array of art, furniture, food, and entertainment.Visit foundystreet.com to learn more.
Address // 165 Coleman Avenue
Size // NA
Units // 111
Major Tenant(s) // Residential Apartments
112 Unit Class B multi-family project located within walking distance to downtown Asheville, Trader Joe’s, whole Food’s/Greenlife, and a host of local and franchise restaurants. Woods is a work force housing site.
Address // 77 Biltmore Avenue
Size // 4,800sf
Units // 2
Major Tenant(s) // Mamacita’s, Local Provisions
Excellent location within the Central Business District in Asheville the 4,800 sf retail building homes two of Asheville’s top culinary indulgences. On-site parking and outdoor dining makes this an elected destination for locals and tourists.
Address // 19 Patton Avenue
Size // 12,280sf
Units // 2
Major Tenant(s) // K2 Studio, Kress Emporium
The historic Kress Building, built in 1928 is an iconic landmark in downtown Asheville. S.H. Kress & Company is historically remembered for their chain of “five and dime” retail stores and today they are still celebrated for their neoclassical ornamental architecture. The building was renovated and divided into residential and retail condominiums in 2002. The Kress Emporium anchors the building’s retail and showcases a collective of over 100 local artists. In addition, K2 Studio features functional and beautiful home furnishings.
Asheville Music Hall
Address // 31 Patton Avenue
Size // 12,432sf
Units // 2
Major Tenant(s) // Asheville Music Hall & Mojo Kitchen
Located on the busy downtown Asheville retail corridor of Patton Avenue, this 1920’s era row building is now the home to the Asheville Music Hall. AMH is the preeminent mid-size concert venue in Asheville, NC. The location features music of all genres and has played host to many musical legends.
Eastside Business Park
Address // 100 Eastside Drive
Size // 160,048sf
Units // 40
Major Tenant(s) // Pisgah Brewing & Black Mountain Ciderworks + Meadery
Former Drexel Heritage Furniture manufacturing plant built in 1926, 1932 and 1967 was revamped and sub-divided into multi-tenant manufacturing and warehouse space from 500 SF to 32,000 SF. The industrial building now houses 40 tenants including Pisgah Brewing, New Sprout, Tryon Distributing, Dynamite Roasting, Saraz Handpans, and Black Mountain Ciderworks + Meadery. Black Mountain is near Asheville, North Carolina - a hub of economic and creative activity with diverse entrepreneurs operating new economy businesses with great success. The property is across US Hwy 70 from Ingles HQ facility.