Townhomes take shape on Southside

The first row of homes are under construction in Riverside Heights. Photo by Jonathan Spiers.

The first row of homes are under construction in Riverside Heights. Photo by Jonathan Spiers.

A townhome development off Forest Hill Avenue just south of Powhite Parkway is beginning to go vertical.

Construction has started on the first row of townhomes for Riverside Heights, a 59-unit, $2.5 million development near the intersection of Forest Hill Avenue and Bliley Road.

Site work for the project got underway this spring. The 10-acre project is a partnership between developer Devon USA and an unnamed investor, who bought the parcels involved from multiple owners in the mid-2000s for about $800,000.

Rendering

The homes will all be two stories and include garages. Rendering courtesy of Ryan Homes

Ryan Homes is building the two-story townhomes, which will range in size from 1,500 to 2,000 square feet or more. Each unit will include three bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms and a detached garage, and larger units will feature a first-floor master bedroom. The model under construction is set to open in mid-January.

As of early December, Ryan Homes had sold 12 of the 59 units, which are being priced starting in the low $200,000s. Sales started in mid-May.

The project is a departure for Devon USA, which primarily focuses on commercial real estate. The company owns and manages a portfolio of commercial properties and has developed several sites, including the four Enterchange buildings at Northlake Business Park in Hanover County.

The first row of homes are under construction in Riverside Heights. Photo by Jonathan Spiers.

The first row of homes are under construction in Riverside Heights. Photo by Jonathan Spiers.

A townhome development off Forest Hill Avenue just south of Powhite Parkway is beginning to go vertical.

Construction has started on the first row of townhomes for Riverside Heights, a 59-unit, $2.5 million development near the intersection of Forest Hill Avenue and Bliley Road.

Site work for the project got underway this spring. The 10-acre project is a partnership between developer Devon USA and an unnamed investor, who bought the parcels involved from multiple owners in the mid-2000s for about $800,000.

Rendering

The homes will all be two stories and include garages. Rendering courtesy of Ryan Homes

Ryan Homes is building the two-story townhomes, which will range in size from 1,500 to 2,000 square feet or more. Each unit will include three bedrooms, 2½ bathrooms and a detached garage, and larger units will feature a first-floor master bedroom. The model under construction is set to open in mid-January.

As of early December, Ryan Homes had sold 12 of the 59 units, which are being priced starting in the low $200,000s. Sales started in mid-May.

The project is a departure for Devon USA, which primarily focuses on commercial real estate. The company owns and manages a portfolio of commercial properties and has developed several sites, including the four Enterchange buildings at Northlake Business Park in Hanover County.

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