The work of ceramics artist Carl Pittman, a vendor at Grove Arcade’s Outdoor Artists Market (formerly known as the Portico Market), has been selected to be displayed at the new AC Hotel in downtown Asheville. As the Asheville Citizen-Times reports, Pittman’s unique sculptures and wooden bowls will be on display in the hotel lobby and […]
Built by E.W. Grove, the visionary creator of the Grove Park Inn, the Grove Arcade opened in 1929 and thrived as one of the country’s leading public markets until World War II, when the federal government assumed control of the building. The historically renovated Grove Arcade reopened to the public in 2002 as a downtown destination featuring boutique shopping, services, and diverse dining options in a beloved architectural wonder. Learn more about our history.
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The Goddess Shop has opened in Suite 145 in the North Hall interior. Baba Nahm is coming soon to Suite 139, facing Page Avenue. The Goddess Shop is a new boutique featuring clothing, jewelry, accessories and gifts designed to celebrate a woman’s inner goddess. The shop, inspired by the loving memory of Eileen Stendig, opened […]
Free for February! For the entire month Four Corners Home is waiving our usual $100 fee for our in-home design consultations. Visit us in the historic Grove Arcade soon.