Related Articles: Dunlora residents are worried about traffic. The solution might be more apartments. Development Digest: Dunlora residents continue to oppose Parkway Place apartment proposal Housing Density and Traffic Credit: WTJU Some Albemarle County residents are worried that a new development might worsen the traffic congestion on their commute. But traffic experts say more housing […]
Transportation experts say that the only way to make traffic better in places like Rio is to do the one thing neighbors worry will make it worse.
Hi! It’s Emily, your faithful real estate and urban planning reporter. I have some personal news to announce: I’m moving to Connecticut to join the staff at another online news nonprofit, the New Haven Independent. The move is good for me professionally, as it’s a chance to learn new skills as a community reporter in a very […]
The county’s Brookhill mixed-use development is about to take its next steps toward being move-in ready, and it’s being friendly to the spotted salamanders that already live there, too.
The Space is part of a new-old Scottsville, a place that wants to grow as a job center while maintaining the character and small-town feel that residents love.
Another development proposal is testing out Albemarle County’s plan to transform its aging shopping malls.
Related Article: Affordable for whom? Area Median Income and the Affordable Housing Toolbox Credit: WTJU A lot of people are burdened by the cost of housing in the Charlottesville area. Area median income is one of the tools that helps sort out which remedies are most effective for people of different income levels. Plus, decades […]
Two national-level technology companies are planning to settle into Charlottesville’s 10th and Page neighborhood this spring and summer.
The lack of affordable housing in Charlottesville and Albemarle touches families across a wide range of incomes, from families that rely on a minimum wage job to households securely in the middle class.
A narrow 3-acre strip near the Giant grocery store on Pantops is the perfect place for a hotel, according to engineer Justin Shimp.