Amy and Steven Williams are selling their 8,200-square-foot home overlooking Shields Lake because they bought a Rothesay Circle home last year.
Residential Real Estate
Hanson’s suit claims the city’s public housing agency is guilty of breach of contract and fraud for allegedly covering up its mistakes regarding housing assistance voucher payments.
“It’s going to be a walkable community,” said Larry Shaia. “I envision the nicest community in the West End and bringing that to Hanover County.”
Church Hill resident known for single-family home renovations wants to build 12 one-bedroom and three two-bedroom market-rate apartments at 715 Mosby St.
Development proposals on opposite sides of Short Pump faced similar concerns but met opposite fates.
The two- and three-story buildings, with more than 265,000 square feet combined, make up about 12 acres’ worth of property scattered along Chamberlayne Avenue between its 2900 and 4300 blocks.
The building would cater to student housing and would be among the tallest new construction projects in the city in recent years.
Harper Associates layed out two expansion scenarios as buyers line up for the Manchester residential project at the corner of Semmes and Cowardin.
George Emerson and Phil Roper building third of three buildings for 385-unit The Jane at Moore’s Lake on nearly 60-acre site of the former Moore’s Lake retreat.
A few months after pausing a $40 million riverfront residential project, a Cleveland-based developer is ready to sell off some prime Manchester land.