The section of attached and detached homes is the final phase of the 256-unit development, part of a larger revitalization of the nearby Creighton Court.
The brewer needed a special-use permit for the former Richmond Association of Masonic Lodges building at 520 N. 25th St., where it will open “93 by Trapezium.”
Heading into his fifth month in charge following the abrupt departure of previous director Mark Olinger, Vonck discusses his approach and goals for the department.
Monday’s re-opening ceremony treated the crowd to a near hole-in-one on one of the inaugural tees shots and a chip-in moments later — all while Davis Love III looked on.
The Richmond City Council nears a vote on the FY22 budget, Petersburg hires a city manager, and 210 townhomes at Westchester Commons get a thumbs-up.
The new plan emphasizes TOD-1 zoning, which limits buildings to 12 stories and has been applied along other parts of the Pulse rapid-transit bus line along Broad.
A $600 million, 300,000-square-foot resort at 2001 Walmsley Blvd. was the development selected but Richmond voters will have the final say on Nov. 2.
Four residential buildings will replace the recently closed department store as part of the larger redevelopment of the former shopping mall in Henrico.
Planning commissioners back a proposal for 830 apartments and 360 townhomes on a 105-acre property near Clover Hill High School.
The City Council will have the final say on rezoning the Southern States silos site and a surface lot at 1801 E. Main St., as well as a special-use permit for 1005 Westover Hills Blvd.