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Asheville Mall

Asheville, NC

www.asheville-mall.com
3 South Tunnel Road, Asheville NC 28805 - 828.298.0012
Total Number of Stores: 106 Total Acreage: 29± Total Building Area (2014 Est.): 974,465 Total Trade Area (2018 est.): 715,898

Featured Stores

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Contacts

Leasing Contact

Lance Johnson

Senior Leasing Manager

423.490.8685

lance.johnson@cblproperties.com

Specialty Leasing Contact

Kelly Rodacay

Specialty Leasing Manager

412.243.4800, x227

kelly.rodacay@cblproperties.com

General Manager

Spencer Dawkins

General Manager

828.641.7264

spencer.dawkins@cblproperties.com

Advertising Contact

Shannon Smith

Business Development Manager

336.794.5207

shannon.smith@cblproperties.com

Marketing Contact

Mary Lynn Morse

VP, Marketing

423.553.8714

Mary.Lynn.Morse@cblproperties.com

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Property Facts

Trade Area Facts

  • Asheville boasts such tourist attractions as the Biltmore Estate and Gardens (America's largest private resident), Inn on Biltmore Estate, Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa, Blue Ridge Parkway, Harrah's Cherokee Resort & Casino and many more.
  • In 2017, tourism accounted for more than $2.0 billion in direct spending and $3.1 billion in total sales, generating $365 million in tax revenue and nearly 11.1 million visitors a year (source: Buncombe County Tourism Authority).
  • Grove Park Inn Resort & Spa, recognized as one of the top ten resorts in the world, boasts a $40 million spa covering 40,000 square feet and a $2.5 million Donald Ross signature golf course.
  • Asheville is at the forefront of the microbrewery segment with more than 32 craft brewers calling the Asheville area home.
  • Asheville has nine colleges and universities enrolling more than 37,000 students in and around the area including the University of North Carolina at Asheville. Major employers include Mission Hospitals with 6,000 employees, Buncombe County Public Schools with 3,720 employees.
  • Asheville continually ranks in the top tier of most desirable cities to live and retire.
  • Ranked seventh in "Top U.S. Cities to Live" in Frommer's Cities Ranked and Rated 2nd Edition.
  • One of the "Five Best Places to Retire," Money Advisor, Consumer Reports.
  • Fetured on Dateline 20/20, author Eric Weiner listed Asheville as the "Happiest Place to Live in America."
  • Ranked as one of the country's "Best Places for Business and Careers," Forbes magazine.
  • "Most Beautiful Places in America," Good Morning America
  • "Most Popular Retirement Town," TopRetirement.com.
  • According to ExploreAsheville.com, The Asheville Airport is one of the fastest growing airports in the US. In 2018, they serviced more than 1 million annual passengers for the first time in its history. Compared to 2017 the number of passengers grew by 18.6% making 2018 the fifth consecutive record year of growth for the airport. The airport has added several non-stop destination/connections that include Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denver, Detroit, Newark, New York City, Orlando/Sanford, Tampa and Washington D.C. to name a few.

Demographics (2018)

Population Trends Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
2023 Projection 364,374 387,979 752,353
2018 Estimate 347,122 368,776 715,898
2010 Census 319,974 358,361 678,335
2018 - 2023 % Change 4.97% 5.21% 5.09%
Income Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median HH Income $53,530 $46,806 $50,081
Average HH Income $70,674 $62,521 $66,493
Age Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median Age 45 50.3 48.4