The plans have been scaled back in height and the design tweaked citing concerns from the community.
Two 10-story mixed use apartment buildings are proposed; project’s developer plans on transitioning units to condos for purchase down the road.
A group entitled “Save Libbie and Grove” has released “aspirational renderings” of what they’d like to see done when it comes to the redevelopment of the Westhampton Theater building.
Richmond City Council remains hopeful on the prospect of a free-standing childrens’ hospital and wants to keep the land open–for now, at least.
The current Symbol Mattress warehouse on Highpoint Avenue will be demolished to make way for the project, which should take about 18 months to build.
More than seven different groups are vying for the historic Scott’s Addition property.
Land includes the former sites of Bill’s Barbecue and Shenandoah Shutters.
Could two local development firms rehab the aging Regency Square Mall, or is another use in the works?
Building owner is currently shopping around for potentially interested retail or restaurant tenants.
A multi-million dollar renovation project, which also included the addition of over 20 new retail stores and restaurants, is complete.