Riverview Station: The Gateway to Asheville’s River Arts District
Welcome to Riverview Station! Our expansive 110,000 square foot building is located on the shores of the French Broad River and offers an eclectic mix of artist studios and galleries for browsing and exploring.
We are open year-round and welcome collectors, shoppers, makers, and arts enthusiasts from all over the world.
Visit today to experience our friendly, creative community. We can’t wait to meet you!
- Unique experience: Our tenants’ creative and collaborative energy makes the Station a truly remarkable place to visit. Watch professional artists produce high-quality work; purchase a local, handmade gift as a memento of your Asheville experience; or add a special piece to your fine art collection. Some of our artists even offer classes. Plan your visit today.
- Diverse artists: Our 60 tenants include painters, photographers, potters, sculptors, jewelers, woodworkers, metal workers, letterpress printers, and clothing designers. Riverview Station is also home to an antiques store, a dog training school, and a middle school for boys. Meet our tenants.
- Historic location: Our red brick building, built in 1902 as a tannery and renovated in the 1990s, is a River Arts District pioneer. It was one of the first industrial buildings on the French Broad River to be transformed into studio space for artists and other small business owners. Learn about our story.