DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE OFFICE SPACES FOR LEASE
AVAILABLE NOW WITH ON-SITE RENEWABLE ENERGY FACILITY AND ROOFTOP GARDEN
Are you an eco-minded non-profit, sustainable soloprenuer, alternative healer, green professional or other forward-thinking organization? Join our growing community!
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for local businesses who dream of working in a sustainable building. Lease one of our affordable spaces in the heart of downtown Asheville, located in a priceless architectural treasure with nearly a century of history. Learn about the building’s architect, Albert C. Wirth.
Several offices in this eight-story Sullivanesque low-rise skyscraper are available; each space includes utilities and amenities such as conference rooms, ground-floor cafe and the stunning mountain views of SkyBAR, voted Best Drink with A View for 2017 by Best of WNC. The building also features a grand lobby with sweeping marble staircase and antique Otis elevator.
We are looking for eco-minded tenants!
Call Russell Thomas at (828) 258-3999 to lease one of these highly spaces. Since 1926, this prestigious Battery Park address is considered the capital building of Asheville’s business lifestyle.
On site: Daytime conference rooms,; cafe with breakfast and light fare; beer, cocktails and wine. Each space includes utilities and trash. After work, take a short elevator ride and experience SKYBAR breath-taking views and balcony table service, perfect for business and community events.
Call (828) 258-3999
The Historic Flatiron Building is an elegant but casual environment with original terrazzo floors, and period lighting. Located at 20 Battery Park Avenue, this 1926 Commercial Classical Revival structure was designed by Asheville architect Albert C. Wirth and built by prominent 1920s developer L.B. Jackson. It is especially notable for its fireproof construction including tile walls and partitions, concrete subfloors, marble and terrazzo floors, steel beams and columns, and limestone facade. Classical details abound throughout the building, with touches of the elements and forms of the Art Deco and Sullivanesque styles. #asheville #commercialrealty #commercialfirstrealty