Unique Meeting Space in the Heart of the Black Mountain Historic District

Originally known as The McKoy building and built circa 1895, this two-story brick structure near the Depot is Black Mountain's second oldest remaining building.  Residents know that the building has been sitting empty for decades. What they may not know is that it was saved as an historically significant building by Joe Tyson, who prevented its scheduled demise in the mid 1970's.  The McKoy family built the structure as a grocery and boarding house at the end of the 19th century.  The wide hallways upstairs were configured to accommodate large steamer trunks set out at night for the morning train porter.  Now dubbed The Junction by the Brooks family who acquired it in December, the first floor is the new home of Que Sera Restaurant and Tayloe's Oyster Bar.  The upstairs contains office and meeting space described on this site.

Look Who's Already in The Junction

All private offices have been leased, but it's not too late to arrange to have The Junction as your drop-in-and-get-stuff-done desk space available 24/7.  By word of mouth alone an eclectic group has already begun to fill The Junction.  Connections are being made, and members of our community are breathing new life into this 120 year old building to encourage development artistically, spiritually, physically, financially, mentally, gastronomically, videographically...now we're just making up words... but you get the idea! 

Special Thanks to Josh Garrett Photography for many of the interior images in the Gallery.