Tag: commercial

Manage Your Own B&B in Any of these Great WNC Hotel Properties

Be honest. Have you ever wanted to own your own bed and breakfast or manage your own quaint, historic inn? If you’re tired of pushing aside your dreams of being your very own Gilmore girl, now may be the time to wake up and get started. There are no less than 14 B&Bs, inns, and… Read more »

Community Gardens Support Food Security and Sustainability in Asheville

Western North Carolina is known for its deep agricultural roots and award-winning farm-to-table dining. Now, Asheville residents are finding opportunities to grow both food and community in their own neighborhoods through urban gardens. These small plots of land are collectively cared for by members of the surrounding community and reap huge harvests in more ways… Read more »

Commercial Lending Remains a Concern, but Not a Barrier, for Local Business Investment

The sale and lease of commercial real estate continues to grow, both regionally and nationally, but commercial Realtors remain concerned about the availability of commercial financing. Overall, national lending for commercial real estate investment was incredibly strong in Q4 2015. In fact, the time period was the fourth highest quarter for borrowing and lending on… Read more »

Meet Susanne Woosley

Commercial property owners and investors are lucky to find a trusted commercial real estate advisor like Susanne Woosley. Since Susanne began her commercial real estate career in 1985, she has provided her clients with years of broad experience including tenant and landlord representation, development, acquisitions, dispositions, management, and environmental mitigation. She provides the expertise needed… Read more »

Commercial Property Showcase: 7 Cheshire Drive in Black Mountain, NC 28711

  7 Cheshire Drive in Black Mountain is a Great Investment Opportunity! This is a collection of five parcels within the existing upscale, health-oriented, mixed-use Village of Cheshire in Black Mountain. The residential resort projects and recreational facilities included on this listing are all approved in the community’s master plan. In fact, a significant amount… Read more »

Biltmore Park by the Numbers

Biltmore Park is the largest mixed-use community in Asheville outside of downtown. The modern 42-acre Town Square was designed a decade ago with an innovative urban concept to serve one of the fastest growing areas of town with walkable residential, commercial, and office space. Anchored by 120 rental apartments, 156 condominiums and townhomes, and nearby… Read more »

Local Art Galleries Aid in Downtown Revitalization

For many of our mountain communities, the arts have often led the way in the revitalization of main streets and town centers. Across the state of North Carolina, $2 billion in new investment has been made to our state’s main streets over the past 33 years. Among the 4,700 new businesses opened in that time,… Read more »

New Belgium Brewing Opens its Asheville Tasting Room

Beer lovers around Asheville rejoiced this week when New Belgium Brewing Company (finally!) opened its tasting room to the public. More than 500 eager tasters poured into the Liquid Center, as they’re calling it, on Monday, May 2 as the beer began to pour out. News 13 WLOS reported that crowds that large haven’t been… Read more »

River Arts District is a Commercial Real Estate Jewel

A rising jewel of the Southern Appalachian art scene is the River Arts District, a small but vibrant commercial section sandwiched between downtown and West Asheville. Decades ago, the River Arts District may well have been called the River Industrial District. The area sits low along the French Broad River and train line, which made… Read more »