Do you know Asheville’s history? Travel with us back to the roaring Twenties, when Asheville first became a shining star on the map and began its journey to the city it is today.
Asheville residents and visitors have recently noticed the sudden appearance of pink steel beams at 145 Biltmore Avenue, the future home of 145 Biltmore Avenue condo residences. This brightly colored construction is part of a larger call to action for the entire city.
Deciding where to live, whether you’re putting down roots or only planning to stay for a few years, is a decision that requires a lot of factors to be weighed carefully.
But let’s be honest—the most important factor is how our four-legged companions will enjoy the new digs!
Get a sneak peek of the views from your potential new home at 145 Biltmore Avenue.
Just a few minutes’ walk from downtown Asheville, South Slope typifies the best of what Asheville is known for.
A city being “walkable”—meaning the degree to which one can get by without regular use of a car—has become more and more important to residents as the health, savings, environmental, and other benefits have become better known.