The community is invited to attend a public meeting to review architectural plans for residential and retail/office development along Ralph and Choctaw streets. The meeting will be held at the W.C. Reid Center on Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
MHO proposes the creation of housing and public spaces along Town Branch stream running down to Asheville’s River District that it asserts “will bring new life to one of our city’s most historic districts.” The nonprofit says it intends the new development to be inclusive and respectful of the East Riverside neighborhood, with new features to include retail spaces and a greenway connecting Livingston Park, W.C. Reid Center and the River Arts District. The heart of the development would be 163 mixed-income condominiums along Ralph and Choctaw streets.
The meeting location is the W.C. Reid Center for the Creative Arts (133 Livingston St.). For more information, click here.
— Cecil Bothwell, staff writer