The addition to the massive Midlothian community would fill 157 acres along the east side of Route 288 just north of the Woolridge Road interchange.
The Shuttered Venue Operators Grants is a federal stimulus program aimed at one of the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic over the last 18 months.
A Scott’s Addition apartment project is up for a vote, a nearly 500-home development is proposed in Chesterfield, and an events venue is floated in Hanover.
The renovations are part of an effort to move the units from the RRHA to private landlords, who would use a project-based voucher program to rent to Section 8 residents.
The deal comes as the seller, Highwoods Properties, is seeking approval of a massive mixed-use development on 34 acres across the street from the site.
Infill proposals for Innsbrook face votes, Goochland names new administrators, and a loan program helps businesses pay for railroad crossing signs.
An area real estate agent and a homebuilder are behind the Rural Hill on the James project, which will fill land between the river and a prominent county intersection.
An arena, 2.2 million square feet of office space, 280,000 square feet of retail, two hotels, and up to 2,400 residential units are planned at I-95 and Parham Road.
The 5 acres the Conservation Fund purchased at 3011 and 3021 Dock St. for $4.9 million will become part of the James River Park System.
Chesterfield sets public hearing on shopping center purchase, two mixed-use developments are approved, and Richmond seeks public input on how to spend pandemic relief funds.