At least one new school, a technology park, residential development and other uses are proposed for the property the county acquired last year.
Residential Real Estate
The Lawson Cos. wants to fill a wooded tract off Westover Hills Boulevard and add a building at a prominent intersection in Manchester.
An S-shaped building containing 271 units above 10,000 square feet of commercial space is proposed at 423 Hull St., a 2-acre site currently used as a surface parking lot.
The seven-story, 238,000-square-foot complex at 13 E. 3rd St. would include a mix of more than 200 apartments, townhouses and ground-floor commercial space.
The Planning Commission backed the massive multi-use development but held off voting on a 770-home Varina subdivision and proposed apartment infill projects in Innsbrook.
The local developers propose a three-story structure with 30 apartments above 7,800 square feet of commercial space at 5069 Forest Hill Ave.
The priciest home sales in the region eclipsed $2 million for a third month in a row, though this time both sold for below asking price.
Four local developers plan to preserve the 97-year-old structure by turning it into a 42-unit complex dubbed “The Rails.”
Urban Hope facilitates homeownership in the East End, where low-income residents moved into homes built by Eagle Construction of VA.
The seller was Levco Management, which has been unloading its smaller apartment properties as it focuses on larger garden-style properties it’s acquired in Hampton Roads.