April 7th Meeting Presentation

The City of Asheville created a great video of Lee’s presentation of the Public Review Draft of the Form-Based Code. Check it out to learn more about how the code will increase predictability and ensure high quality development in the...

Work-in Progress Presentation

On Wednesday evening, over 70 people gathered at Hall Fletcher Elementary School to watch the work-in progress presentation. Vice Mayor Marc Hunt began the evening’s presentation by welcoming everyone and thanking them for their continued input throughout the week. Lee Einsweiler then began the evening’s...

Drop-In Open House

On Monday night, a mid-week open house was held at the Charrette Studio. The drop-in nature of the event allowed to attendees to stop in anytime between 6 and 8 pm to check-in on the progress made since the Saturday...

Hands-On Design Workshop

Early Saturday morning approximately 60 people gathered at the Charrette Studio (372 Depot) to discuss the future of the River Arts District. The event began with a brief introduction from Stephanie Monson Dahl, the Riverfront Development Office Director. Next,...

Charrette

A multi-day charrette has been scheduled to allow the community to assist in the preparation of the new form-based code. A charrette is an intensive planning session where citizens, planners and other technical professionals collaborate. Throughout the process, the public will...

Kick-off Meeting

The River Arts District Form-Based Code initiative began with a public meeting on Wednesday, June 17. The meeting was held from 6 pm – 8 pm in the auditorium at the Dr. Wesley Grant Sr. Southside Center, located at 285 Livingston...