The project is filling the area around Dove Street that was formerly the Dove Court public housing community and a pair of blighted apartment complexes.
“I don’t know how many city officials really appreciate the time value of money,” Center Creek Homes CEO Dan Magder said of costs the company incurred going through Richmond’s permitting process.
A museum’s request to allow larger events draws support and opposition from neighbors in the Fan, Chesterfield rolls out more pandemic relief for businesses, and a library conference and event center starts construction in Petersburg.
Henrico to vote on $75 million in bonds for Westminster Canterbury project; Richmond City Council weighs a boost to the city’s coronavirus contingency fund.
Stanley Martin Homes also secured approval in Henrico for a 111-home expansion of its nearly 500-home ReTreat at One development.
Powhatan County rolls out a second round of pandemic relief for businesses, Chesterfield planners face a busy agenda this week, and condo projects secure approvals in Richmond and Henrico.
“Our discussions with the developer have been productive,” the mayor’s office said last week of Capital City Partners’ offer to buy and redevelop the site with a 20-story, VCU Health-anchored tower.
The rezoning and permit requested to replace the aging retail property with 350 apartments and 12,000 square feet of commercial space are headed to the Board of Supervisors for a final vote.
The county’s agreement with developer Rebkee includes design and construction planning for the arena, which would replace a former Sears building.
The Fund to Move the Monuments has formally ended its fundraising efforts, which were to help cover what Mayor Levar Stoney’s administration spent to remove the divisive city-owned monuments this summer.