There's no question the location of The Broadway is ideal for people seeking downtown pursuits, but its access to North Asheville provides a wide range of services from grocery stores to some of Asheville's most popular dining spots. With close access to the UNCA campus, the weekly North Asheville Tailgate Market draws people from near and far seeking locally produced organic food, prepared items, crafts, and even occasional entertainment.
Being anchored by the Five Points neighborhood is a huge plus for The Broadway. Extending the residential community, leafy, tree-lined streets with a mixture of architectural styles, the surrounding neighborhoods add character, diversity, and a vibrancy that is quintessentially Asheville.
Speaking of vibrancy, the progress over at The Broadway is really starting to take shape. The first building of three already has roof on and windows installed. It is striking progress from the beginning of the year. What's next? Continued work on buildings two and three, roofing, exterior brickwork, landscaping and of course, the interior finishes. We're looking forward to sharing the finished project with you this fall.
You can clearly see the progress of building one, which borders Elizabeth St. and is across the street from Little Jumbo cocktail bar, a much-loved local that serves small bites and entertains with live jazz events weekly. Ideal for those easing back into public life, the outdoor covered patio is a new addition this year and we can't wait to take in the magic hour sipping our Palomas.
That northerly view is on great display below, taking in the Pioneer building and panning out across our beautiful mountain range. We really are spoiled with natural beauty here in Asheville and Western North Carolina.
Thanks for following our updates–we look forward to sharing more progress very soon!