Moog Music Moving Out Of Its Iconic Asheville Building


Asheville-based Moog Music is moving out of its iconic 160 Broadway Street location, marking the end of an era.

Asheville’s WLOS Channel 13 reports that Moog is is relocating from its facilities on Broadway Street, and the buildings are up for lease.

While the Broadway Street location doesn’t have the historical significance of some of Moog’s earlier locations, it is the location that many associate with the company. This was the home of the company during its modern creative peak, where it introduced instruments like the Mother-32, Subharmonicon, DFAM, Grandmother, Matriarch, Animoog, the Claravox Centennial Theremin, their modular reissues and more.

In a statement, the company president said they’re moving product design, development, and engineering to the Asheville Citizen-Times building along O’Henry Avenue. Moog said it’s also expanding its manufacturing facility in Weaverville — a city just north of Asheville.

In 2023, Moog Music announced that it had been acquired by inMusic, home to a wide range of music industry brands, including Akai, Alesis, Denon, M-Audio, Numark, Stanton & others. At the time, Moog said that they planned to keep production and product development in Asheville.


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