Charlotte Street development moves to board with traffic questions

Charlotte Street development moves to board with traffic questions

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Updated renderings submitted to July 19 show new plans for the Oakhurst development, proposed for Charlotte Street at the former Fuddruckers restaurant site.

A development hoping to bring almost 200 residential units to the former Fuddruckers on Charlotte Street is moving forward after a July 19 vote by Asheville’s Technical Review Committee with a newly updated design and lingering traffic questions. 

Kassinger Development Group is seeking the rezoning for the Oakhurst development, a planned four-story, 191-unit, mixed-use development, which still has to go before the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission Aug. 4, and ultimately Asheville City Council.

New renderings filed with the city show an updated look that developer Payne Kassinger said was changed in response to feedback from neighbors and city staff.

He said they were leaning toward having a more uniform look for the street, given plans for the lot across Charlotte Street and the nearby King James Building. 

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