Asheville Outlets is the newest destination for shopping in the greater Asheville market—the regional and economic hub for western North Carolina with a strong and growing visitor market. Shoppers will find many of the most popular names in the outlet industry, including Ann Taylor Factory Store, Banana Republic Factory Store, Brooks Brothers Factory Outlet, Coach, Cole Haan, Field & Stream, GAP Factory Store, J. Crew Factory, Nike Factory Store, Restoration Hardware, Tommy Hilfiger, Under Armour, Vera Bradley, Vineyard Vines, West Elm Outlet. Field & Stream store adds even more excitement to this shopping experience.
With no other outlet center within 80 miles, the retailers at Asheville Outlets are thriving from the strong residential and tourism markets. Ideally located five miles southwest of downtown Asheville at the I-26 and Route 191 interchange, Asheville Outlets has excellent regional access. The Asheville tourism market is impressive and continues to make national news. Approximately 10.9 million people visit the Asheville region each year, of which 3.8 million stay overnight.
Asheville is a thriving mountain city with an eclectic downtown, which includes art galleries, a world-class culinary and craft beer scene, a burgeoning live music scene, and the awe-inspiring scenery of the Blue Ridge Mountains. This unique city has earned national acclaim by numerous media outlets and publications as an ideal place to live, visit, and do business.
- Excellent regional access with location on I-26
- Location at Exit 33 is one of the region's primary entrances to the Blue Ridge Parkway
- Five miles southwest of downtown Asheville
- More than 10.9 million annual visitors to Asheville region
- Asheville was ranked #3 for the world’s best cities for millennials.
|2017||20 miles||40 miles||50 miles||60 miles|
|Average Household Income||$66,831||$64,364||$64,049||$66,323|
|Number of Businesses||19,663||30,296||55,765||89,637|
|Adj. Daytime Demographics Age 16 Years or Over||348,981||565,939||1,062,378||1,766,974|