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Photo by Adam Dipert, courtesy of Imagine Circus

Photo by Adam Dipert, courtesy of Imagine Circus

 
 
 

 

IN THE NEWS

 

Florida-Asheville couple buys Cotton Mill Studios for $1.95M”

In February, historic Cotton Mill Studios went up for sale with a price tag of $2.2 million — and, at the end of June, the 7,954-square-foot building sold to Richard Patino and Jannette Montenegro for $1.95 million. (read more).

- Hayley Benton, Citizen-Times, July 11, 2017

 

"Ashvegas Hot Sheet"

The next Asheville Instameet will kick off at Cotton Mill Studios in the River Arts District at 6:30 p.m. on  Sept. 10. Erin McGrady and Caroline Whatley of Authentic Asheville are the hosts and founders. The event usually attracts about 25 participants of all skill levels to shoot photos for their Instagram accounts. (read more).

- Jason Sandford, Ashvegas, August 20, 2017

 

"Top 5 things to do this week: Free LEAF, comedy festival"

This Saturday, Aug. 5, head over to Cotton Mill Studios at 122 Riverside Drive to celebrate the Asheville Guitar Bar's first birthday. (read more).

- Hayley Benton, Citizen-Times, August 3, 2017

 

"onArt mag"

Original photography by Luna Cheye (read more).

 

"Art News: Friday/July 14"

Asheville: Florida-Asheville couple buys Cotton Mill Studios for $1.95M (read more).

 

"Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Three new wine bars in Asheville"

Richard Patino and Jannette Montenegro are the new owners of the Cotton Mill Studios, 122 Riverside Drive, which sold recently for $1.95 million. (read more). 

- Jason Sandford, Ashevegas, July 11, 2017

 

"Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Manheimer, Goldstein file for Asheville City Council"

The Cotton Mill Studios at 122 Riverside Drive in the River Arts District recently sold for $1,950,000, according to property records. (read more).

- Jason Sandford, Ashvegas, July 9, 2017

 

"Asheville Guitar Bar opens in the River Arts District"

There’s no question that you’ve arrived at the Asheville Guitar Bar. From the guitars scattered throughout, to the furniture constructed from repurposed instruments, to the ceiling beam made to look like a guitar fretboard (complete with strings of different gauges), the theme is apparent. But the new watering hole, located in the Cotton Mill Studios in the River Arts District, is also living-room comfortable and artistically stylish. (read more).

- Alli marshall, mountain xpress, september 9, 2016

 

"Asheville firemen respond to River Arts District warehouse fire"

Asheville fire crews responded to a warehouse fire Tuesday morning in the River Arts District. (read more).

- Jason Sandford, Ashevegas, April 2, 2013