About THE ASHEVILLE FLATIRON BUILDING
Downtown Asheville has been designated as a National Historic District and the Asheville Flatiron Building is amongst 257 of these historic buildings and architectural gems. Asheville’s Flatiron Building is located in the central business district in downtown oAsheville. The prestigious address of 10-20 Battery Park Avenue is surrounded by hotels, restaurants, entertainment, shopping and the Asheville Urban Trail. Designed by architect Albert C. Wirth, this eight story 1927 classically detailed tan brick office building has a “flatiron” (triangular) floor plan. The first two floors on Battery Park Avenue and the corner are faced with limestone ashlar. The second story “point” features a classic Romeo and Juliet balcony. The building is topped with a mutule cornice of limestone and copper parapet. Within, Asheville’s Flatrion Building hosts World Coffee Cafe and its outdoor terraced SkyBar. Home to over sixty businesses, the terrazzo marble floors and original antique fixtures are part of its old world charm and connection to Asheville’s prohibition era’s history.
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World Coffee Cafe
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Drinks
World Coffee Cafe is one of our tenants and owned by the main property partners of Asheville’s history Flatiron Building. The cafe is located on the ground floor of the building and has three levels of balcony seating on the 6th, 7th and 8th floors. Visit us here.
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Enjoy delicious espresso beverages
One of the perks of having an office in the Flatiron Building is access to World Coffee Cafe.
World Coffee Cafe's Outdoor Balconies
On three levels of balcony seating on the 6th, 7th and 8th floors enjoy majestic 280-degree views of Western North Carolina’s mountains. Enjoy craft cocktails, wines, and local beers and the beauty of Southern Appalachia.
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Famous Writers in Asheville William Sidney Porter (O. Henry) See also: O. Henry Festival; Porter, William Sydney (O. Henry) (UNC Press) FROM http://www.ncpedia.org/biography/porter-william-sidney September 11, 1862 - June 5, 1910 by Christy E. Allen Digital Library...
“Asheville’s Own” Jimmie Rodgers Broadcasts his first hit from Flatiron Buildings’ Penthouse in 1929
“Asheville’s Own” Jimmie Rodgers Broadcasts his first hit from Flatiron Buildings' Penthouse in 1929 Known as the “father of country music”, country singer Jimmie Rodgers was born in either Miss. or Alabama, depending on one’s source, and died in New York. In 1927,...
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