Developer Tony Fraga has decided to abandon his massive Haywood Park proposal for downtown Asheville, which included a pair of 20-plus-story high-rises. Attorney Lou Bissette delivered the news to the Asheville City Council during its Nov. 11 meeting. Walking away: Developer Tony Fraga sent word to Asheville City Council that he was withdrawing his proposed […]
Developer Tony Fraga plans to ask Asheville City Council for a one-year continuance for a proposed hotel and condominium complex at the Battery Park/Haywood Street section of downtown.
Don’t panic—gas is on the way, officials say City supports CTS petition No agreement on graffiti cleanup strategy The proposed Haywood Park development was the main event in an already loaded agenda for the Asheville City Council’s Sept. 23 formal session, but questions and rumors about the area’s uncertain gas situation prompted Mayor Terry Bellamy […]
Asheville City Council’s Sept. 23 meeting.
The Haywood Park development is likely to dominate a formal session that will also see updates on the city’s graffiti policy and the e-verify system.
The Haywood Park project is big: On that, everyone agrees. Developer Tony Fraga‘s proposed megaproject would fill up much of the block between Page Avenue and Haywood Street in downtown Asheville, including a 100-unit, high-rise condominium tower; a 200-room, 23-story hotel; 42,000 square feet of office space; 80,000 square feet of retail space; and 506 […]
These plans for the Haywood Park development — to include a hotel, condominiums, retail space and a parking deck — show the downtown area included in the plans, as well as renderings and aerial views of what the final project would look like. Click here to download a PDF of the documents.