• Reaching New Heights


Featured Neighborhood

Over the next decade, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity will empower another 1,000 individuals and families in the region to improve their housing and build strong, stable futures by 2028. Learn more about our ten year vision and Strategic Plan.

New Heights

New Heights is a multi-generational neighborhood located 6 miles from downtown Asheville (located off Old Haywood Road). Including single family homes, two-story townhomes, and single-level townhomes specifically designed for aging adults (55+), this neighborhood will be accessible to people in all stages of life; a place where 98 households of all ages and backgrounds will build strong, stable futures.

Construction will be broken into two phases. Phase 1 will include the construction of 38 homes The first home will begin in spring 2020 and the last will close in 2023. Eight of these homes will be single-level townhomes specifically for aging adults, thanks to generous support from local retirement community, Deerfield. Funding from Deerfield and its newly formed Charitable Foundation includes a Full House Sponsorship ($55,000) on each of the 8 units, as well as $50,000 to research and develop senior-oriented house designs, financing options and HOA management. Learn more about this partnership.

New housing model for aging in place.

Aip Townhome Front Elevation

Curry Court

Curry Court is a neighborhood of 12 affordable homes- four single-family homes and eight townhomes- located in Candler. 

Curry Court is Asheville Habitat’s first neighborhood to include the townhome model. Building a mix of housing types more fully addresses our region’s housing needs, offers choice to buyers, maximizes land use, and is a more sustainable approach in the face of these challenges. Learn more about townhomes here.

The first house began construction in late 2018 and the 12th home will close in the spring of 2020.

In accepting and rejecting applications, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity must conform to all aspects of the Fair Housing Act and all Fair Housing Laws, the Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Privacy Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as any local applicable laws as they apply to applications for a mortgage.