Better Housing Coalition’s plan for 67 income-based rental units was decried for lacking homeownership options.
The city’s new 20-year master plan would allow for a greater variety of uses in areas around The Diamond, but also would remove some uses currently allowed.
The Cordish Cos., Bally’s Corp. and Urban One are finalists. The Pamunkey Indian Tribe, Wind Creek Hospitality and Golden Nugget Hotels & Casinos are out.
The developer is “at a little bit of a loss of what we will do next with the property” after a plan for townhomes and commercial space was nixed.
Budget hearings and work sessions abound this week. Hanover defers a vote on age-restricted townhomes and gives a thumbs-down to a 64-home subdivision.
The First District’s Andreas Addison Is pushing for the city’s transit-oriented development zoning district on Broad to go farther west, from the I-195 expressway to Staples Mill Road.
Budget season continues with more spending plans pondered. Hanover supervisors reject a proposed commercial and residential development.
Results from a weeklong charrette envision filling the mall’s parking lots with new buildings and enclosed parking garages, among other ideas.
TRP says it doesn’t have immediate plans for the site, but a rezoning request would allow a mixed-use building up to 12 stories.
Proposed budgets for next fiscal year roll out, a huge residential development is planned, and the developer of Rocketts Landing seeks to tweak its master plan.