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Blog :: 05-2020

Creek Restoration Is In Progress!

Over the past 18 months, our team here at The Broadway of Asheville have been working with Headwaters Engineering to restore a portion of Reed Creek. Local residents may have noticed the stream banks declining condition over the years. It has been our intention to restore this portion of the stream and, in turn, enhance the living conditions for native flora and fauna.

Kevin Kerr, Developer at The Broadway Asheville explains, “Our creek restoration project entails riverway improvements including rock formations and re-vegetation, clearing debris, and improving the flow of the river. As The Broadway construction progresses, residents in Montford will discover a noticeably cleaner and clearer section of Reed Creek to enjoy and admire.” —Kevin Kerr, Developer | The Broadway

Jay Lurie, Developer at The Broadway Asheville adds, “The Reed Creek Stream Restoration project is a winwin for residents and the environment. Efforts like the Reed Creek Stream Restoration project add to Asheville’s natural beauty and contribute to the health of our environment.” —Jay Lurie, Developer | The Broadway 

Working together with Headwaters Engineering, we are restoring and protecting this incredibly valuable community asset. The restored creek can be enjoyed and admired for generations to come. 

“The restoration project will focus on a tributary to Reed Creek from its headwaters downstream of Starnes Avenue to the bridge at Elizabeth Street. Neglected for decades and used as a dumping ground for waste concrete and other debris, the restored stream will include a series of stone structures that will stabilize the stream bed and create riffle-pool sequences similar to what existed before the neighborhood was developed in the early 1900’s. The project will also establish riparian buffers using native plant species such as dogwood, willow, elderberry and ninebark.” —Andrew Bick, PE | Principal Engineer, Headwaters Engineering, PC 

The result is an environmentally cleaned-up and re-landscaped section of Reed Creek between Elizabeth Street and Starnes Avenue, allowing for long-term sustainability and transforming an underutilized site into a vibrant and engaging center of residential connectivity along Broadway’s gateway corridor. 

2020 is an exciting year for the Broadway Street corridor. The Broadway Asheville, a modern, 20-home community showcasing today’s urban brownstone living, is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2021! 

The Broadway Begins

Welcome to our blog for The Broadway of Asheville! Earlier this year, we announced our new 20-home project, The Broadway, located along the Broadway corridor bordering Historic Montford. As 2020 further unfolds, we look forward to sharing our build progress with you.

We know that community is key—as developers, Jay Lurie & Kevin Kerr understand the importance of being a part of a strong local community. Our relationships with many of the businesses surrounding The Broadway are collaborative and generous. In fact, we often begin our day onsite with a first stop at HighFive Coffee, just across the street (currently open for take out).

A few streets down, one of Asheville's tastiest cafe's is All Day Darling—whether it's Sunday pizza night, Saturday brunch, or a quick and fresh bakery pit stop, we can't get enough of Jacob Sessom's Montford bakery and eatery (now also offering a grocery menu for curbside pickup!). We are fortunate to be flanked by the cocktail bar Little Jumbo to the North and Archetype Brewing to the south. Is it any wonder the location of The Broadway is considered by so many to be unparalleled?

Working outdoors in reduced numbers during the current COVID-19 pandemic, our team has been effective in implementing the dramatic creek restoration, while also readying the site for the next phase of construction.

Recently, our siteworks have included leveling the ground and clearing earth and debris in order to prepare for the foundation.

Just in! Take a peek at our new high-resolution renderings of the project that showcase the scale and elegance of this modern brownstone style project. You can also view these images throughout our website.

The street level renders are reminiscent of Brooklyn brownstone walk-ups, bringing these homes central to the community and Broadway corridor, yet possessing enough setback to make it more friendly and visually appealing at the street level.

From the air, you get a sense of the project scale and the incredible situation so close to downtown. Occupying a unique position in this leafy Montford community provides access to an array of services and amenities that are conveniently located right outside your front door.

The Broadway

Soon, The Broadway will come to life. A collection of twenty newly constructed residences offering a fresh and modern take on urban living.

First impressions are bound to impress—a range of space and floor plans offer between 2,000 – 2,600 heated square feet over three floors, including personal elevator. Additional square footage includes a lower level garage, impressive rooftop deck, and balconies. The Broadway is simply unparalleled living unmatched in any series of single-family townhouses in Asheville.

Front or rear access to each residence is free of common areas. The Broadway offers a welcoming and discreet residential experience, set against a backdrop of one of Asheville’s most storied and desirable neighborhoods.

Get an idea of what you can expect from The Broadway by viewing our community video. The Broadway of Asheville is coming, Summer 2021.



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