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July 02, 2016
In the middle of the glass-walled, open-floor-plan offices of data firm OpenSource Connections sits an antique reminder of the space’s industrial past. The 5-foot-wide cast iron gear has not operated the freight elevator it was designed for since the middle part of the 20th century, but the device, patented ...
January 20, 2016
More than 300 students in the University of Virginia’s School of Architecture will focus on Preston Avenue this week, more than 50 years after its current form was created by Charlottesville’s urban renewal. Preston Avenue is the subject of the school’s fifth annual Vortex, a weeklong planning ...
September 04, 2015
A historic building at the corner of West Main Street and 10th Street Northwest in Charlottesville is expected to become the home to three restaurants, including a Pizza Hut, next year. “We’re excited to bring new life to this old automotive building, and the new tenants will be great ...
August 31, 2015
The red-brick front of the historic King Lumber Co. warehouse building is currently obscured by yellow scaffolding in the latest of several renovation projects on one of Charlottesville’s main commercial corridors. “We just love what’s happening on Preston Avenue with the Coca-Cola building renovation and Three Notch'd ...
July 17, 2012
Charlottesville’s City Council voted 3-2 Monday to deny a request to rezone a lot in the Rose Hill neighborhood out of a concern that the resulting development would be out of character with the area. The developer, Rosanna Danna LLC, requested a zoning change on the properties in order ...