The new 12,000-square-foot, two-story building will be called Pioneer Hall and will serve the autism nonprofit’s adult day services program and employment academy.
Virginia Rep buys Scottish Rite Temple in Northside for $3.5M
The 45,000-square-foot building, which has a 650-seat theater, a couple smaller studio stages, and a 450-seat banquet hall, will be home to the nonprofit’s Children’s Theatre.
Land deals for downtown YMCA apartments give parking lot to Jefferson Hotel owner
It isn’t clear whether the lot could factor into Bill Goodwin’s plan to demolish the neighboring Second Baptist Church building.
$45M project would replace Oak Grove Elementary with mixed-income housing
Lynx Ventures and the Maggie Walker Community Land Trust are behind the project, which would consist of 240 apartments and 15 for-sale units targeted to lower-income households.
Lewis Ginter to expand with $1.9M deal to buy adjacent church property
The botanical gardens struck a deal to purchase the neighboring Lakeside Baptist Church, which will add six acres to the garden’s 82-acre campus.
Better Housing Coalition breaks ground on $45M addition to Winchester Greens campus
CEO Greta Harris called Winchester Forest one of BHC’s “COVID babies” that got caught up with supply chain issues and cost increases fueled by the pandemic.
Regional housing nonprofits cancel planned merger
“It was like twisting ourselves into a pretzel to ensure that all of those resources would go forward,” Better Housing Coalition’s Greta Harris said of the deal with Virginia Supportive Housing.
Nonprofit turns to Shockoe Bottom for new headquarters
Nolef Turns, which works to reduce recidivism rates in Virginia, is relocating from the Westwood area in Henrico County to 211 N. 18th St.
‘Promised land’: Former Goochland County golf course sold, set to become COVID memorial
A local nonprofit hopes to transform 151 acres of the shuttered Royal Virginian Golf Course into a $33 million memorial that would draw mourners to the tranquil setting.
Redevelopment of Creighton Court underway after groundbreaking
Led by RRHA and nonprofit developer The Community Builders, the project began this summer when a portion of the public housing complex’s 504 units were razed.