The Meadowcreek Golf Course takes up nearly half of the Locust Grove neighborhood’s acreage.
Author Archives: Evan Mitchell
My name is Evan and I am a 2022 UVA graduate with a passion for data science. The goal of my work is to contribute to a future for Charlottesville that helps it be an equitable and ideal place to live. Please feel free to get in touch with me by email!
The 50-by-120 foot lots of Belmont became a template for the rest of the city
Belmont was also the first neighborhood to see houses flipped and resold at much higher prices, in the early 2000s.
With Cherry Hill and Beacon on 5th, more people live in Johnson Village than a decade ago
It has expanded with townhouses and apartments since its first single family homes were built in the 1960s.
In Jefferson Park Avenue, UVA and the city of Charlottesville are finding ways to live together
Rezoning efforts here could help create more housing for students, and alleviate housing pressure on other parts of town.
In less than a decade, more than 100 Black residents moved out of Starr Hill
The neighborhood was named for wealthy and educated Black families, “the Stars.” Here’s how it has changed.
A decade of data tells a story of how Charlottesville’s neighborhoods are changing
This year, we’re telling 19 stories about 19 neighborhoods using data, history and voices of the community.