12 S. Lexington is a relatively new mixed-use development. Designed by Camille-Alberice Architects, P.A., the building is meant to respect the existing architecture in downtown Asheville. The building ... Details
21 Battery Park is a newly constructed mixed-use building located mere steps from the Grove Arcade Public Market and Wall Street. The 45 luxury condominiums feature private balconies, stunning ... Details
Once a grand estate known as the Sky Club, this large building on the West face of Beaucatcher Mountain is now home to five condominiums. Each unit has a unique configuration and interior style. The ... Details
Located in the heart of downtown Asheville, the historic Broadway Arts building was constructed in 1928 and continues to be an architectural landmark. Renovation was completed in 2003 and consists of ... Details
Clingman Lofts offers WNC Healthy Built urban condominiums located between Downtown Asheville and the River Arts District. This is a Mountain Housing Opportunities (MHO) project.
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The unique, contemporary condominiums at 37 Hiawassee offer residents a new definition of urban sophistication. The imaginative reuse of this vintage building (Interstate Motel) arose out of a unique ... Details
Located in the heart of downtown Asheville, the historic Kress building was constructed in 1928 and continues to be an architectural landmark, featuring detailed terra cotta tile arranged in ... Details
Lexington Station is a mixed-use, infill development in downtown Asheville. Located on 1.7 acres, the project consists of three buildings with a total of 66 residential condos, 25,000 square feet of ... Details
Built in 1891, the historic building now known as Oxford Place Condominiums and home to 18 residences was originally Oxford Hotel and then a furniture store and eventually a plumbing store. The ... Details
Wake up to a whole new way of living. Here, you can walk to Greenlife Grocery, a plethora of local restaurants, or get coffee right downstairs. You can even walk to work from this extraordinary ... Details
The Residences at 151 are comprised of lavish two- and three-bedroom penthouse-style residences atop this new boutique hotel, Hotel Indigo.
Each residence at 151 features floor to ceiling windows ... Details
Nestled in a park-like setting amidst old-growth hardwoods, the masterfully appointed studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom fully-furnished Residences at Biltmore represent the pinnacle of good living, with ... Details
The historic S&W Cafeteria Building was renovated into a gorgeous event space and residential condos. There are 10 residential condos in this historic local landmark, six on existing 3rd floor and ... Details
From 1900 until the great depression, Downtown Asheville, Coxe Avenue and the Sawyer Motor Building were the location of choice by fascinating people. The building itself was an automobile showroom, ... Details
Skyloft Asheville's design creates the feeling of a small village, with open decks overlooking courtyards landscaped with native trees and flowers, and sidewalks winding down the hill into Downtown. ... Details
The Smith Carrier Building, also known as the old Penney’s Building, was erected in 1926 and opened for business in 1927 as a Denton’s Department store. It became J.C. Penney’s in the mid ’30s. Today ... Details
Constructed around 1928 by Gilliland Stikeleather, the four-story Aston was intended to be Asheville's most grand apartment residence. However, the Great Depression struck and the building was never ... Details
Michael White and Penny Williams are the obvious choice when buying and/or selling residential property in downtown Asheville. With years of focused experience in the downtown market since 2003, they are familiar with all downtown residential projects...