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Charlottesville Planning Commission calls time out on Clock Shop redevelopment proposal
The Daily Progress Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 10:45 a.m.

One of two planned redevelopment projects in the 200 block of West Water Street hit a snag this week when the Charlottesville Planning Commission unanimously agreed not to recommend a special-use permit for an eight-story building that largely would be filled by luxury apartments.

With the redevelopment of the Main Street Arena currently in review by city planning officials, the new owner of the property that used to house the Clock Shop of Virginia is concurrently working on his own redevelopment project near the arena.

The city’s Board of Architectural Review already has approved a demolition permit for the one-story structure at 201 W. Water St. following a $450,000 purchase of the property last year. Developer Hunter Craig has ties to Black Bear Properties LLC, which now owns the site.

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