The Richmond City Council holds its first meetings of the year Monday, the city seeks feedback on a transportation planning document, and two townhome development plans advance in Chesterfield.
Townhome developments are proposed in Chesterfield, the state offers to gift Lee Circle to the city, and zoning changes are OK’d for projects across the region.
County governments consider real estate tax cuts, technology zones are floated in Richmond and Henrico, and several large developments are headed for votes.
Richmond’s City Center Plan is up for a vote, a massive industrial development is proposed in Henrico, and Chesterfield starts work on a library replacement.
TIF districts considered for four areas in the city, residential developments OK’d in the suburbs, and Chesterfield and Hanover look to update county plans.
Nearly 300 homes proposed near Westchester Commons The Chesterfield County Planning Commission is scheduled to meet Tuesday. Full agenda here. On deck is a proposal by Watkins Land LLC and Middleburg Real Estate Partners to set the stage for 283 townhomes and single-family homes at Watkins Centre, a mixed-use development taking shape near Westchester Commons…. Read more »
Packed agendas this week in Richmond and Henrico, Chesterfield approves two major development projects, and the city fills a vacant administrative position.
A Fan wine shop and Union Hill mixed-use building face the Richmond Planning Commission, Petersburg’s bond rating improves, and another former Goochland administrator takes a job with Hanover.
A mixed-use project in Church Hill rolls forward, two developments that total 1,200 new homes advance in Chesterfield and the Richmond City Council will consider a $77M ARPA spending plan.
VUU tower signage and Richmond’s “City Center” plan are on the Planning Commission’s agenda. Multifamily developments are proposed in Chester and advance in Henrico.