The revisions emphasize the city’s TOD-1 and mixed-use zoning districts and set the stage for a long-anticipated RFP for The Diamond.
A pedestrian safety campaign for the DMV, a Henrico-based agency extends its reach to the beach, and a local ad club elects new officers.
The number has been reduced, but Godsey Properties’ plan for two subdivisions with hundreds of homes now goes to county supervisors.
“We’re really going 180 degrees against the market, because everybody else is ‘Do it from home, do it cheap, do it from the coffee shop,’” said principal Mike Chenault.
Reed Marsh, the latest collaboration by developers Neil Farmer and Lawrence Liesfeld, is taking shape at a prominent crossroads.
The effort will ready the 50-year-old arena for demolition. Meanwhile, the city wants feedback on its guide to future growth in Shockoe.
The developer seeks rezoning for a mix of residential units and up to 200,000 square feet of commercial space including a grocery store and a hotel.
The 9,300-square-foot renovated house in the Meadows at Manakin neighborhood made a repeat appearance at No. 1 seven years after it last sold.
A locally produced docuseries is nominated for a Daytime Emmy, colleges get local marketing assists, and a UK-based company enlists a downtown agency.
The midcentury modern-style home at 117 Tempsford Lane underwent an extensive renovation since the current owners purchased it in 2018.