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The River Arts District is undergoing massive change, and this is just the latest example.
The Asheville Arts and Culture Dispensary will have a visitor information kiosk, as well as public parking and public restrooms.
Appraisals and negotiations will follow as the city condemns property to realign Riverside Drive in the River Arts District.
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Here’s one: There are more roundabouts coming to the RAD.
Last year, the city of Asheville cut power to buildings on the property, which forced several artist studios to close and move.
The cafe has become a hub for artists, residents and tourists alike over the past decade.
The return of Magnetic Midnight, erotic readings at Pulp, and more.
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The Magnetic Theatre is getting settled into its new theater space on Depot Street in the River Arts District, a space that just happens to…
The property was home to studio space and galleries of several Asheville artists until last summer.
The fashion mob lit up the rear of Riverview Station Thursday night.
Here’s a peek inside the massive building under renovation right now in Asheville’s River Arts District.
Let Asheville’s rooftop renaissance begin: 95 Roberts will put to use a 13,500-square-foot roof deck with incredible RAD views.
Owner Robert Camille says he’s hired a commercial Realtor to sell the property after city officials earlier this year deemed the buildings too dangerous to occupy.
If the sale goes through, it will mark the latest in a series of tectonic changes in the River Arts District.
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.
A major new residential development planned for the RAD is bringing with it a slew of new retail businesses.
Here’s your chance to support the artists who were recently forced out of working studios in the River Arts District.
Asheville City Council is worried about low wages, rising housing prices and a steady decline in number of African-American residents in neighborhoods near the River Arts District. A new report offers solutions.
The show is a collaboration of MFA, BFA and alumni artwork.
The recent sale of two anchor RAD artist studios, and the impending sale of a third, mark significant change in an Asheville’s key art district.