Two 10-story mixed use apartment buildings are proposed; project’s developer plans on transitioning units to condos for purchase down the road.
Public input will shape how the county spends federal funding over the next five years.
The first of many steps were taken on Monday at the Planning Commission meeting.
Property rights, blighted homes, and tax credits all converge at this 100-year-old home.
The rent is too damn high.
A total of 377 residences could pop-up next to Lucille Murray Brown Middle School and Powhite Park.
Plan fits into Innsbrook’s goal of becoming a mixed use community over the next several decades.
Through August 23, 2014, the Library of Virginia will host Mapping RVA: Where You Live Makes All the Difference, a traveling exhibition focused on charts, maps, housing, economics, inequality, and poverty. The multimedia exhibition of nine maps created by Brian Koziol, director of research and consulting services at Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia, Inc. […]
Church Hill is being called the next neighborhood to watch, but does just watching mean you’re too late?