The Agenda: Local government briefs for 10.24.22

The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors is scheduled this week to consider final approval of Midlothian Depot, a mixed-use development that would feature a grocery store and 350 apartments. (Image courtesy of Chesterfield County)

Grocery-store anchored development, 394-lot subdivision on agenda

The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors is scheduled to meet Wednesday. Full agenda here.

On deck is a proposal by SJC Ventures to build a mixed-use development that would feature a 43,000-square-foot grocery store and 350 apartments. Dubbed Midlothian Depot, the development would rise on 13 acres at the corner of Midlothian Turnpike and Alverser Drive.

Also on the agenda for final county approval is a proposal by Doug Sowers to allow the construction of a 394-lot subdivision of single-family homes on a 164-acre site. The site is north of the intersection of Genito and Otterdale roads. The project is called Newmarket South and is an expansion of the existing Newmarket development.

Chesterfield commissioners back Winterpock Crossing grocery store

Planning commissioners voted last week to recommend approval of a zoning request tied to a proposed grocery store at Winterpock Crossing shopping center.

SJC Ventures wants to build the 43,000-square-foot grocery store on vacant and wooded land at the shopping center, and the grocery store would be integrated into the existing development. The Board of Supervisors will consider the project at a future meeting.

Hanover supervisors to consider private tennis facility

The Hanover County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to meet Wednesday. Full agenda here.

For the board’s consideration is a proposal by Robert Alvarez of Winding Brook Eateries LLC for a private tennis facility adjacent to Green Top Shooting Range. The facility would be about 37,000 square feet with an additional 1,800 square feet of offices and restrooms. There would be five indoor courts.

Henrico to reject unsolicited proposal to develop eastern police substation

Henrico supervisors meet in regular session Tuesday at 7 p.m. Full agenda here.

The board plans to reject an unsolicited proposal from VBPRO Partners LLC to construct the police division’s South Station at 640 N. Airport Drive in Highland Springs.

The entity is tied to Syncon LLC, a Chesapeake-based construction firm that submitted the proposal Oct. 4 for a 17,000-square-foot facility on the 11-acre parcel owned by the county. Syncon worked with Virginia Beach-based Empire Development on the proposal, with designs by Henrico-based Freeman Morgan Architects.

According to the agenda, the proposal is recommended for rejection because it does not meet the division’s needs, fails to guarantee a cheaper and quicker alternative to the traditional design-bid-build contracting method, and would give the county little control in executing the project.

Related to the project, the board’s agenda includes a $904,840 contract award for architectural and engineering services for the substation to Richmond-based Moseley Architects. Moseley’s proposal was selected over four others that were submitted in response to an RFP in August. The design is to be completed by August 2023.

The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors is scheduled this week to consider final approval of Midlothian Depot, a mixed-use development that would feature a grocery store and 350 apartments. (Image courtesy of Chesterfield County)

Grocery-store anchored development, 394-lot subdivision on agenda

The Chesterfield Board of Supervisors is scheduled to meet Wednesday. Full agenda here.

On deck is a proposal by SJC Ventures to build a mixed-use development that would feature a 43,000-square-foot grocery store and 350 apartments. Dubbed Midlothian Depot, the development would rise on 13 acres at the corner of Midlothian Turnpike and Alverser Drive.

Also on the agenda for final county approval is a proposal by Doug Sowers to allow the construction of a 394-lot subdivision of single-family homes on a 164-acre site. The site is north of the intersection of Genito and Otterdale roads. The project is called Newmarket South and is an expansion of the existing Newmarket development.

Chesterfield commissioners back Winterpock Crossing grocery store

Planning commissioners voted last week to recommend approval of a zoning request tied to a proposed grocery store at Winterpock Crossing shopping center.

SJC Ventures wants to build the 43,000-square-foot grocery store on vacant and wooded land at the shopping center, and the grocery store would be integrated into the existing development. The Board of Supervisors will consider the project at a future meeting.

Hanover supervisors to consider private tennis facility

The Hanover County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to meet Wednesday. Full agenda here.

For the board’s consideration is a proposal by Robert Alvarez of Winding Brook Eateries LLC for a private tennis facility adjacent to Green Top Shooting Range. The facility would be about 37,000 square feet with an additional 1,800 square feet of offices and restrooms. There would be five indoor courts.

Henrico to reject unsolicited proposal to develop eastern police substation

Henrico supervisors meet in regular session Tuesday at 7 p.m. Full agenda here.

The board plans to reject an unsolicited proposal from VBPRO Partners LLC to construct the police division’s South Station at 640 N. Airport Drive in Highland Springs.

The entity is tied to Syncon LLC, a Chesapeake-based construction firm that submitted the proposal Oct. 4 for a 17,000-square-foot facility on the 11-acre parcel owned by the county. Syncon worked with Virginia Beach-based Empire Development on the proposal, with designs by Henrico-based Freeman Morgan Architects.

According to the agenda, the proposal is recommended for rejection because it does not meet the division’s needs, fails to guarantee a cheaper and quicker alternative to the traditional design-bid-build contracting method, and would give the county little control in executing the project.

Related to the project, the board’s agenda includes a $904,840 contract award for architectural and engineering services for the substation to Richmond-based Moseley Architects. Moseley’s proposal was selected over four others that were submitted in response to an RFP in August. The design is to be completed by August 2023.

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