The Central Virginia Transit Authority put the money toward a 43-mile trail that would run from Petersburg to Ashland and asked the state to cover the $132 million still needed.
Richmond’s City Center Plan is up for a vote, a massive industrial development is proposed in Henrico, and Chesterfield starts work on a library replacement.
The parklet in front of Art180 is the last of several pandemic-era patios that have been in the works. Two other parklets in the city remain in limbo.
After decades as an assisted living facility, a century-old Monroe Ward building is set to change hands – and its redevelopment may not be far behind.
The Economic Development Authority gave up its real estate holdings around the Southside mall because they were valued at less than $13.5 million.
TIF districts considered for four areas in the city, residential developments OK’d in the suburbs, and Chesterfield and Hanover look to update county plans.
The walking and biking trail from Petersburg to Ashland is projected to cost $234 million, and has about $73 million in local and state funding already in hand.
The incentives are modeled after the county’s enterprise zone program and are aimed at older commercial corridors outside the zone.
Plans call for the seven-story building at 20 W. Tabb St., which dates back to 1915 and last operated as a hotel in 1969, to reopen as a 65-room hotel in 2023.
Nearly 300 homes proposed near Westchester Commons The Chesterfield County Planning Commission is scheduled to meet Tuesday. Full agenda here. On deck is a proposal by Watkins Land LLC and Middleburg Real Estate Partners to set the stage for 283 townhomes and single-family homes at Watkins Centre, a mixed-use development taking shape near Westchester Commons…. Read more »