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60 Haywood Street Condo Guide
WH Lord designed the original Haverty store. The exterior retains some of the original pink stucco and elaborate relief carvings in its gable apex. Other exterior panels display other mythical-like creatures giving it a dramatic flair. Records obtained from The Pack Library online site indicated that Roger McGuire and Associates, coupled with the architect, Jim Samsel, transformed this structure into condominiums. Mr. Samsel, the architect, joined Allen Roderick of Heartwood renovations and Building Inc., general contractor, to preserve the character of this historic building.
The 1-2 bedroom homes range anywhere from 932 square feet to 2400 square feet. There are a couple of 3-bedroom units varying in size. The condos are located in Downtown Asheville.
The private off-street parking lot includes a small garden. There is plenty of extra storage space in the basement.
Each unit is unique with its own specific desirable features. Some have enclosed patios or have a view of the Basilica. Most have expansive windows with plenty of natural light and high ceilings, quality appliances, hardwood floors, and solid surfaces. A few have custom cabinetry. All of them have a history of not staying on the market for long.
This building was site built on a well-maintained state road with sidewalks and good lighting. Extra storage is available on-site in the basement.
There is an off-street parking lot that provides residents with designated reserved spots. There are parking garages and on-street parking for guests within walking distance. Asheville has a public transit system which is an additional mode of transportation.
This building is across the street from the public library, adjacent to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium (approximate 5 minutes), close to Pritchard Park, and around the corner from infamous Wall Street houses terrific shops and restaurants.
Because of its location in Downtown Asheville, Sixty Haywood Street Condominiums has immediate access to all the wonders, art, and culture the Asheville's small city provides. You can walk to Pritchard Park and listen to local musicians or, if so desired, participate in the frenzy of the drumming circle. Take a little farther stroll, and you will find yourself at Pack Square that offers an array of musical and artistic events.
The historic mid-rise building features:
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Points of Interest
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Early Girl Eatery
Early Girl Eatery is a popular locally-owned restaurant known for its brunch options with locations in Downtown Asheville, West Asheville, and North Asheville. Food is local and there are great vegan and vegetarian options.
Tip: If you like spicy foods ask for the habanero sauce on the side. Gets crowded on weekends.
What to order: The pork breakfast bowl or fried chicken and biscuits are staples.
8 Wall Street Asheville, NC 28801. https://earlygirleatery.com/
Pie.Zaa is a relatively new pizza joint on the South Slope, just a short walk from downtown Asheville. Pie.Zaa is serving up big (28 inches to be exact), quality pies. Think “crispy, airy, slightly chewy” - the perfectly oversized New York slice. The best in Asheville.
Tip: These pies are big. If you order, be prepared to share, or have leftovers.
What to order: You can’t go wrong with the classic “roni” pie. It’s a crowd-pleaser.
46 Millard Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. https://piezaapizzaasheville.com/
Mela Indian Restaurant
Mela Indian Restaurant in Downtown Asheville, just a short walk from the Arras. Vegan and gluten free options are available.
Tip: Be sure to add naan to your order - Mela’s bread dough is hand made and prepared in a tandoor oven.
What to order: Try out the butter chicken with some garlic naan.
70 N Lexington Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. melaasheville.com
Woolworth Walk is one of the newest art galleries in Downtown Asheville. Located right off of Haywood Street, Woolworth Walk features dozens of artist booths prominently displaying a variety of works from local makers and creators.
If you’re looking for whimsical art or want a spot where you can grab a quick lunch, Woolworth Walk is worth a stop in Downtown Asheville.
25 Haywood Street, Asheville, NC 28801. https://www.woolworthwalk.com/
This item on the list is a street, not a specific building conveniently located near Arras.
Wall Street is an European feeling, eclectic street with dozens of indoor and outdoor shops featuring a variety of local merchants, makers, artists, and musicians.
Blue Spiral is a sprawling 15,000 square foot gallery space in Asheville featuring some of the area’s most established exceptional makers as well as emerging talent. The gallery includes three floors of space devoted to prominently displaying a variety of works, spanning a broad range of mediums and styles, including photography, sculptures, and paintings.
38 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801-3625.
In the Press
Great insights about the building, development, and history.
Mountain Xpress, in an article by Michael Muller, posted May 25, 2010, commented on the "Asheville Miracle" and the revitalization of downtown in the nineties. The condominiums at 60 Haywood Street are part of that transformation. This conversion encouraged residents to move "back" into downtown. Part of this fantastic renewal included renovating historic buildings, creating new restaurants, and updating Wall Street, which all contributed to Asheville's eclectic charm and reputation today as a desirable "liveable city" that people worldwide flock to or visit.