Asheville, North Carolina
HAYWOOD ROAD FORM-BASED CODE
Challenge: Keep the existing character and historic fabric while encouraging compatible infill. Prepare new regulations that ensure high-quality spaces defined by a variety of building types and uses.
- A form-based code that ensures appropriate residential transitions, promotes shared parking and reflects the walkable scale of the neighborhood commercial corridor.
- Placemaking approach to new development.
- Coded for built form that supports pedestrians, cyclists and transit.
Year adopted: 2014
Code Studio (Lead)
Third Coast Design Studio
Noell Consulting Group