Making the Right Choice: The Cradle of Forestry

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It’s a crisp fall afternoon in the depths of Pisgah National Forest, another day of endless sunshine and outdoor possibility in the vast mountains of Western North Carolina. Sitting at a table on the back patio of the Cradle of Forestry, Devin Gentry scans the bright and robust foliage surrounding the large building. “I think… Read more »

Biltmore Park Offers Asheville’s Largest Area of Mixed-Use Space outside of Downtown

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Biltmore Park is a master planned community in South Asheville, designed with a new urban concept. The 750 acres of mixed-use commercial and residential real estate mix the charm of neighborhoods of years past with the amenities of a modern community. Anchored by 120 rental apartments, 156 condominiums and townhomes, and nearby affluent communities (Biltmore… Read more »

Biltmore Park by the Numbers

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Biltmore Park is the largest mixed-use community in Asheville outside of downtown. The modern 42-acre Town Square was designed a decade ago with an innovative urban concept to serve one of the fastest growing areas of town with walkable residential, commercial, and office space. Anchored by 120 rental apartments, 156 condominiums and townhomes, and nearby… Read more »

Come “Ramble Run” With Us In Biltmore Park

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On May 11, 2013 (Mother’s Day Weekend), Beverly-Hanks & Associates is proud to sponsor the water stations for the third consecutive Ramble Run. Starting in Town Square of Biltmore Park, it’s expected that over 1,000 runners and walkers will once again participate in this exciting Asheville, North Carolina race. The “Ramble Run at Biltmore Park” will… Read more »

Natural and Cultural Diversity Abound in Buncombe County

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The four-season temperate climate in Buncombe County makes year-round living easy! Because of the broad range of elevations and corresponding climates and plant growth, the area is one of the most biodiverse in the United States and the world. What’s more, Buncombe County’s approximately 240,000 residents make up Western North Carolina’s economic and cultural center… Read more »