“It was creating confusion and almost more issues than it was worth,” co-owner Matt McDonald said of the pop-up patios.
The Flats at West Broad Village set a high watermark with a $111 million price tag, while two other large apartment deals closed for $85 million and $44 million.
The nearly 60-year-old shopping center at 2314 Hungary Road is being torn down to make way for a dozen buildings with retail and 350 apartments.
Revenue for The Dominion Energy Charity Classic at CCV will surpass $7 million for the first time due to 125 corporate sponsors and the highest ever participation in the Pro-Am.
The new apartment tower is part of developers Louis Salomonsky and David White’s conversion of the former Quality Inn & Suites hotel property at 3200 W. Broad St.
“It’s a beautiful idea, and it would be dope if we had the space, but we don’t have the space,” said deli owner Al Muhammad, who’s led an effort opposing the parklet to preserve parking along the boulevard.
“We’re looking at the whole concept for the five acres as something like a LaDiff village,” co-owner Andy Thornton said of the furniture retailer’s future home on Commerce Road.
The Board of Supervisors OK’d both massive developments with minimal comment after no opposition from the public in related hearings.
Richmond’s master plan calls for the 67-acre, largely city-owned assemblage along Arthur Ashe Boulevard to have a mix of uses.
One group wants to convert the former Highland Park bank building at Six Points into a restaurant and farmers market, while the other imagines a community health resource center and pharmacy.