The Spring Rock Green redevelopment is up for a vote, a proposed Chesterfield tech park is recommended, and Richmond 300 amendments will be considered.
“We’re here, we have been here,” said Mark Hourigan. “So, we understand from the ground up what the community needs and I think our team reflects that.”
“We very much view the Diamond District as a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Richmond to create this new and vibrant community,” said Natalie Mason of Capital Square, whose collaborators include the developer behind The Wharf mixed-use development in D.C.
The Chesterfield Planning Commission gave the nod to a proposed technology park near Moseley on Tuesday, as well as advancing a request to rezone a shopping center and adjacent golf park for a residential redevelopment project pitched by Stanley Martin Homes. Both projects will need final approval from the Board of Supervisors, which will vote… Read more »
Chesterfield County’s long-range plan to transform the aging Rockwood retail corridor is about to get a kick-off from a Reston-based builder with a busy Richmond-area pipeline.
“The only way to really know how to do it is to have done it,” said MAG’s MaryAnne Gilmartin, whose development credits include Brooklyn’s Barclays Center arena and a surrounding mixed-use development.
“I worked a lot on that master plan, and I wanted to be able to see something come out of it,” said Pechin, who made the unusual move from the private sector to City Hall after similarly guiding the Richmond 300 master plan update.
The county-initiated proposal would rezone a total of around 2,400 acres, teeing up a technology park on the bulk of the land as well as hundreds of homes and several public facilities on the so-called “Upper Magnolia Green” property.
A 250-unit subdivision is floated in Hanover, some movement on the City Center plan, and several projects advance in Henrico.
The real estate tax rate will be 2 cents lower in addition to a 2-cent credit, and the tax rate for biotech company equipment will be slashed by 74 percent.