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145 Biltmore Condo Guide
The 7-story building houses 34 1-3-bedroom luxurious units and 4 penthouses. It's perched on one of Downtown Asheville’s most walkable areas for effortless indulgence in the City’s vast art and food culture. The 77,803-square-foot mid-rise building is two blocks from Buxton Hall, Burial Breweries, and Vortex Doughnuts. The building is family-friendly, as evidenced by ample sidewalks, and what’s more, Claxton Elementary School is only five minutes’ drive away.
The residential-only multi-story building has 4 penthouses, one live/work unit, and 34 luxury residencies. Each unit comes with 1 deeded, secure, off-street parking space and storage unit. One-, two- and three-bedroom floor plans occupy 772 to 1753 square feet. The units are going for $500,000 up to 1,350,000. On the seventh floor are custom-designed penthouses for bespoke luxury.
145 Biltmore invites you to go back in time and experience Asheville’s architectural heritage. The building follows modern architecture standards, with a classical touch. As you enter the lobby, you will see black tiles with mosaic patterns, evoking feelings of the city's 1920s art deco aesthetics. The remarkable design and finish, which incorporate some impressive sustainability elements, was to be expected given the designer’s reputation for thoughtful concepts. MHAworks Architecture’s Peter Alberice, who is also one of the brains behind 45 Asheland Avenue, designed the building.
From the moment you step out of the elevator and into the living, everything about the condos from a mix of contemporary and modern finishes, to the roomy living spaces, represents an escape from the high energy CBD. The hardwood, tiled flooring and granite countertops provide the perfect contrast against the classic white and grey walls.
The living spaces have large windows for uninterrupted panoramic views. Combine this with the ‘transterior’ designs, and you are sure to enjoy the outdoor environment without ever stepping foot outside. The condos have ample doorways for seamless transition between the rooms, which are tastefully finished with natural materials and textures to give the modern interiors a homely feel.
145 Biltmore is located steps away from the Central Business District, giving you hassle-free access to many eateries, bars and breweries, and specialty stores. Asheville’s weekly open-air market is nearby for farm-fresh groceries at unbeatable prices and convenience.
Per the HOA the 3rd floor allows STRs (stays of less than 30 days). The city, however, restricts this building to 8 units used as STR. Therefore, not all units on this floor are STR permitted. If the city ever changes their rules STRs would be allowed in more than 8 units.
Planning to visit Asheville for a staycation? A few condos are listed on Airbnb. Come be part of Asheville's amazing history, if only for a weekend.
- Pets are allowed
- Reasonable HOA fees
145 Biltmore is one of the most pricey upscale condo buildings in Asheville—and rightly so. The sufficiently spacious balconies afford you a scenic view of the Asheville skyline, not to mention the breath-taking Asheville sunset—and never another lawn to mow.
Other amenities include:
- Luxury bathrooms featuring roomy showers and optional heated floors
- Soundproofed floors
- 9-10-foot high ceilings in living area spaces
- Indoor and outdoor gas fireplaces and fire pits
- Additional parking space, at a cost
- Private outdoor living spaces
The building is sandwiched between Biltmore Avenue and S Lexington Avenue. And speaking of sandwich, just a 5-minute walk away at 161 Biltmore Avenue is Wild Wing Cafe, where you can have a great brunch sandwich. A 12-minute walk on the area’s sidewalks will land you in Downtown Asheville, which comes to life afterhours with impromptu street performances, public art. Also close to the building are Charlotte Street's iconic breweries, liquor stores, restaurants, bistros, and coffee shops easily accessible.
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Standard Appointments in Units
Below are some of the standard appointments, with some units being substantially upgraded at the time of construction or after.
Resales in 145 Biltmore are exceedingly rare. If you're interested in a unit in this building, please contact us to be put on a waiting list.
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Points of Interest
Downtown Asheville boasts a long list of renowned eateries and bars, with several very close to 145 Biltmore.
Located 0.1 miles from 60 North Market, Strada Italiano is the go-to restaurant for all lovers of regional Italian cuisine in downtown Asheville. With low lighting, rooftop dining, and the aromas of freshly-baked bread, Strada Italiano is the ideal setting for a romantic dinner date. Diners also get to enjoy carefully curated wines, local beers, and craft cocktails.
Tip: Strada Italiano serves huge entrees and you should consider sharing some of these orders.
What to order: Ask for the Portofino if you’re partial to spicy foods. Their cheesecake is arguably the best dessert item on their menu.
27 Broadway Asheville, NC, 2880 https://www.stradaasheville.com/
Mela Indian Restaurant
Mela Indian Restaurant offers authentic traditional Indian dishes as well as Halal and vegetarian options. And it’s only 0.2 miles from 60 North Market. Mela is famous for its spectacular lunch buffets, tandoori dishes, and open, modern dining space.
Tip: The portions served at Mela are typically quite large and spicy. In case you are unable to finish your meal, order a cup of rice to go with your leftovers to get two meals out of your order.
What to Order: One of the star dishes on their menu is the Lamb Vindaloo. It’s served along with a mini crockpot of potatoes and lamb in a fiery red sauce. Although it comes with a side of basmati rice, you might want to try out the garlic naan,
70 N Lexington Ave, Asheville, NC 28801 https://www.melaasheville.com/
Brasilia Churrasco Steakhouse
A mere 495 ft from 60 North Market, Brasilia Churrasco is a “Churrascaria” (steakhouse) that offers Asheville’s meat lovers a relaxed dining environment. Its all-you-can meals comprise up to sixteen different types of Brazilian grilled meats. Brasilia Churrasco also features a complete salad bar made up of more than 30 locally sourced items.
Tip: This place has extremely attentive and friendly staff. Don’t shy away from asking the gauchos any questions when they come over to your table to slice your meats.
What to Order: An overwhelming crowd-pleaser among Downtown Asheville locals is the house special “picanha” which is a cut of beef that comes from the rump cap muscle.
26 E Walnut St, Asheville, NC 28801 https://brasiliasteakhouse.com/
As the name suggests, this isn’t any single building but an entire street. With its distinct European aesthetic, Wall Street provides residents and tourists alike with an exciting taste of Asheville’s unique art and culture. It features countless musicians, artists, craftsmen, and merchants in outdoor and indoor stores. Wall Street is also home to prominent eateries like The Market Place, Early Girl Eatery, and the historic, wedge-shaped Flat Iron Building.
Benjamin Walls Gallery
Benjamin Walls is not only an internationally acclaimed artist and contemporary renaissance man but also a successful entrepreneur and keen environmentalist. His work has won seven international awards and has been displayed twice at the Natural History Museum of London. Benjamin is also a five-time Smithsonian exhibitor.
38 Broadway St, Asheville, NC 28801 https://www.benjaminwalls.com/asheville-art-gallery/
Hunter and Coggins Clothing Company
Located across from Thomas Wolfe Plaza on 28 North Spruce Street, Hunter and Coggins Clothing Company is a local men’s clothing store. They carry a wide assortment of men’s apparel from ties, to school uniforms, to needlepoint accessories and any other wardrobe-essentials. Berle, Corbin, Pantherella, and Trafalgar are just a few of the quality menswear brands you can find at Hunter and Coggins Clothing Company.
28 N Spruce St, Asheville, NC 28801 https://hunterandcoggins.com/
In the Press
Great insights about the building, development, and history.
Initially, the building was designed to have 27 condominiums but was reconfigured to allow for 34 units, following impressive off-plan uptake.
How to Get to 145 Biltmore
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From the center of downtown: Travel south on Biltmore Avenue past the Orange Peel to #145 on your right.
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