Type: Transportation Improvement
Affected County: Buncombe
In conjunction with $200 million in mixed-use private development along Asheville’s River Arts District, a $50 million tax-funded investment will reroute roads and increase pedestrian accessibility. The city has hired Code Studio, an Austin-based land planning firm, to conduct meetings and workshops with new residents to develop new “form-based” zoning rules for the area.
New roads and pedestrian pathways may be routed through existing properties, and new zoning rules may drastically alter the landscape of the neighborhood. Code Studio consultants are now working through plans for the updated River Arts district.
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