The Metropolis of Asheville is happy to announce a chance to lease two distinctive Metropolis-owned properties. The Metropolis invitations the enterprise neighborhood and native nonprofits to evaluate the Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and apply for these alternatives. Every location has a separate RFP and would require a person software. The Metropolis has launched a Request for Proposals and these proposals have to be returned to the Metropolis by 4 p.m. June 22.
8 River Arts Place (previously 14 Riverside Drive)
8 River Arts Place, an historic constructing renovated to boost the character of Asheville’s River Arts District. The constructing is about 1,000 sq. ft and has public restrooms, an outside deck space, and 13 parking areas. The Metropolis want to lease it to a enterprise or nonprofit group that may contribute a great or service that matches in properly with the individuals who reside, work, and recreate within the RAD. Organizations or companies led or owned by folks of shade and ladies are strongly inspired to use, in addition to native small companies. Go to the 8 River Arts Place Leasing Opportunity webpage to be taught extra and see an inventory of native organizations who can be found to help candidates.
8 River Arts Place is situated within the newly accomplished River Arts District Transportation Enchancment Mission (RADTIP) and is situated close to out of doors recreation and artwork. The constructing was gifted to the Metropolis of Asheville by PSNC Power, the constructing as soon as served because the places of work of a manufactured gasoline plant. Positioned throughout from Curve Studios, the constructing is a contributing historic construction within the Riverside Industrial Historic District that was previously unused for over 50 years.
Natural farmland in East Asheville
The Metropolis owns natural farmland in east Asheville close to the John B. Lewis Soccer Advanced on Azalea Rd. The land consists of 10 acres break up between two close by websites. The Metropolis is just searching for farmers prepared to make use of natural strategies to develop produce. The Metropolis has launched the Request for Proposals for this leasing alternative and strongly encourages farmers of shade and ladies farmers to use, in addition to different native small enterprise homeowners. Go to the Farm Leasing Opportunity webpage to be taught extra and see an inventory of organizations who can be found to help candidates.
The blueprint for the Metropolis’s use of the land in east Asheville for natural farming comes from the 2017 Municipal Food Policy Goals and Action Plan. The target is to “Enhance natural and sustainable meals manufacturing on Metropolis and County land.” The Metropolis is working to satisfy this goal by offering natural farmland for lease to farmers in our neighborhood.
Please contact email@example.com for questions on both of those Requests for Proposals.