Asheville is a vibrant mountain town located in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It has a diverse economy that features local agribusiness, a financial sector, tourism, retail, and one of North Carolina’s best food and beverage scenes.
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Asheville has a very diverse local economy and is widely regarded as one of the most “hipster” areas in North Carolina. It’s famous for its little log cabins and hand-crafted Air BnBs in the mountain foothills which bring in tourists from all over the country. Craft beer is a big deal here as well, and the local breweries are some of the most popular joints in town.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are currently 92,870 residents living in the mountain city of Asheville. Below is the current racial demographic breakdown:
- 11.7% Black/African American
- 83% White
- 6% Hispanic/Latino
- 1.8% Asian
The median household income for Asheville residents is $47,803 per year. The city also has a relatively low poverty rate of only 13.5%. Although Asheville has historically been an affordable place to live, the costs of homes have skyrocketed in the past 10 years due to tourism.
- Asheville has one of the highest concentrations of tiny homes and off-grid cabins in the United States thanks to their loose laws regarding residential zoning.
- Before its incorporation, Asheville was known as Morristown.
- Asheville is a hub for craft breweries and local beer tourism.
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