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Boyle’s general contracting business, Green Valley Builders, is working on two new developments along North Main Street — worth what he said is a combined $20 million — called Uptown and Uptown Village.

Joshua Gemerek, senior vice president of Bay Family Housing, said June 26 that VHDA approved the local application for a $3.8 million competitive grant.

 
   

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The revised concept plan dated May 31 for a portion of the former Shenandoah Life Insurance Co. property showing two more buildings and 14 more apartments.

  

Hired last year as the city’s economic development director, it didn’t take Colvin long to realize how pervasive of a challenge the housing situation in Norfolk actually was. “It was what I heard over and over again — shortage, shortage, shortage,” he said.

  

The city's Department of Codes Compliance sent letters on June 1 to people who own rental properties in one of three districts approved for inspections.

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City property records list the buyer as Richmond Terraces LLC, which purchased the 148-unit, 200,000-square-foot building from 800 Semmes LLC – made up of builder and majority owner Mark Purcell and developers Robin Miller and Dan Gecker.

  

BWS Enterprises LLC, run by former RIR owners Billy and Wayne Sawyer, is looking to develop up to 445 residential units and a retail area on land it owns on both sides of Old Otterdale Road. The site is south of Midlothian Turnpike, just west of the Kroger-anchored Ivymont Square Shopping Center.

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Developer Guy Blundon plans to start construction this summer on 238 apartments covering 8 acres at 1300 Winterfield Road, adjacent to the much-debated Winterfield Crossing development proposed for 25 acres along Midlothian Turnpike.

  

Chesterfield County-based Uphoff Ventures plans to develop an 18-story apartment-retail complex at West Grace and Belvidere streets.

  

Midlothian-based Riverton Associates, led by developer Casey Sowers, is proposing two buildings totaling 236 apartments on a 5-acre parcel overlooking 288, on a bluff at the northeastern edge of the center.

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CVAA 8/17/17 Everyday Financial Management Seminar

  

If you did, are you following it?  Something you write outside your work life could have serious effects inside your work life. 

One Boutetourt county eimployee was forced to resign for violating a social media policy that prohibits employees from making online comments that might embarrass the company.   There's is a lawsuit in process so keep your eyes peeled for the outcome.

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