Grove Arcade

One Page Avenue
Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina, 28801
Grove Arcade Public Market

Built by Dr. Edwin Wiley Grove between 1926 and 1929, the elaborate, Tudoresque building occupies a full city block with glazed terra cotta covering its reinforced concrete and steel structure.
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Current Rating: 3.7 by 10 voters.

Dr. Grove planned a skyscraper tower to rise from the center of the Arcade Building, but it was never built.

During WWII the Arcade Building was occupied and modified by the Federal government and eventually housed the National Climatic Data Center until the 1990s.

After undergoing extensive renovations, the Grove Arcade reopened in 2002 as a public market with several restaurants, fresh and prepared food vendors and mountain craft shops.

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