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September 27, 2015
As Charlottesville’s development boom continues, the city’s Board of Architectural Review often is the only public body that reviews projects whose developers are not seeking a special-use permit for additional height or density. That was the case recently as the panel had preliminary discussions on new designs for ...
December 18, 2014
The developers of a proposed residential and commercial building at 1000 West Main Street returned to the Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review Tuesday with a smaller version of a plan approved by City Council in January. “With further analysis into the market we found that smaller units, a smaller scale ...
October 30, 2014
A Washington investment and management company has filed plans with the city of Charlottesville to build a 150-room hotel on West Main Street — the latest in a string of new developments along the corridor. Carr Hospitality is seeking approval to construct the nine-story Sycamore House Hotel on the site of ...
October 22, 2014
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review took several actions Tuesday on individual properties along the city’s West Main corridor, a street that has experienced rapid change in the past several years. The BAR approved the demolition of two buildings that will make way to accommodate a new complex being ...
September 21, 2014
When the Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review considers architect Bill Atwood’s design for a new mixed-use building in the 500 block of West Main Street next month, the appointed body will be the last stop before the project can move forward. “This is a by-right plan, meaning that the ...
May 22, 2014
While work continues on a planning study of West Main Street, one Charlottesville architect has begun the process of adding a new six-story building to the corridor. Bill Atwood, whose projects include the multi-story Waterhouse building on Water Street, wants to construct an office building in the 500 block of ...
In May, the Board of Supervisors directed staff to study adding up to 233 acres of land into the development area because a potential business (Deschutes Brewery) said they might want to locate there. On Wednesday, the board unanimously voted ...Vote Now