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Community Development

City of Asheville presents free education talks on affordable homeownership

City of Asheville presents free education talks on affordable homeownership

The City of Asheville’s Community and Economic Development Department is presenting the first of a public education series about permanently affordable homeownership opportunities. Come to the Dr. Wesley Grant Sr. Southside Center, 285 Livingston St., at 6 p.m. March 16 for the first installment in the series.   This session will be the first of

Asheville’s Minority Business Program works toward inclusion in the City’s business

Asheville’s Minority Business Program works toward inclusion in the City’s business

The City of Asheville recently hosted a Minority Business Program outreach meeting with project pre-planners Beverly Grant and Barnhill to include regional minority-owned businesses specifically relating to bidding opportunities for the River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP).     Inclusion and providing opportunities for economic participation in the City’s programs are the heart of


Homeless Coalition issues Code Purple for Asheville

Homeless Coalition issues Code Purple for Asheville

With the Asheville weather forecast of overnight temperatures in the 20s the next few days, the Homeless Coalition has issued a Code Purple for Asheville and Buncombe County for Jan. 26-30.   The CODE PURPLE effort stems from the collaborative work of the Homeless Coalition, which is a collective of agencies, faith groups, and individuals experiencing homelessness that

Asheville apartment report shows more units, but higher prices

Asheville apartment report shows more units, but higher prices

More than 30 multifamily rental properties are in development in Buncombe County, a sign that the shortage of rentals could soon ease. But rents for many Asheville-area apartment communities are trending toward an upscale market, putting affordable housing out of reach for many of the city’s economically challenged residents. Those are the finds of a


Homeless Coalition issues Code Purple for Asheville

Homeless Coalition issues Code Purple for Asheville

With the Asheville weather forecast of overnight temperatures in the teens and 20s the next few days, the Homeless Coalition has issued a Code Purple or Asheville and Buncombe County for Dec. 14-16.   The CODE PURPLE effort stems from the collaborative work of the Homeless Coalition, which is a collective of agencies, faith groups, and individuals experiencing homelessness

Asheville Housing Trust Fund applications being accepted

Asheville Housing Trust Fund applications being accepted

The Glen Rock Apartments in Asheville’s River Arts District offers affordable, energy-efficient one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.   The City of Asheville’s Community & Economic Development Department is accepting applications for funding from the City of Asheville’s Housing Trust Fund. Funding is available for affordable housing development, rehabilitation or preservation of affordable housing units within

Asheville Code Purple issued in advance of freezing temps

Asheville Code Purple issued in advance of freezing temps

ASHEVILLE — In response to predicted severe freezing or near freezing weather, a Code Purple has been issued for Asheville and Buncombe County for Dec. 1-3.   The CODE PURPLE effort stems from the collaborative work of the Homeless Coalition, which is a collective of agencies, faith groups, and individuals experiencing homelessness that works on an ongoing basis


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