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HHHunt wants Henrico to build a planned road and asks the Supreme Court of Virginia to hear the case.
Airbnb and Niido have plans to open up to 14 communities that will have a combination of long-term renters and short-term stay apartments.  TN and FL each already have one of these communities.  Will your city be next?
This west coast startup is marketing a concierge style co-living experience to millennials and it's working.
Forbes list of the best places to retire in each state list Roanoke as #1 and Harrisonburg as runner-up.  Is it time to build more Senior Housing in these towns?
4,000 new affordable rentals are needed in Charlottesville.  How will the City pave the way for these homes?
First Atlantic Restoration Inc
Belfor USA
Build Your Skills
Check out this recap article from an Apartmentalize session on ghosting and leasing.
NAA has published a new study on parking and what it may look like in the future.
Would your company's social media policies hold up in court?  This lawsuit could have far reaching implications for "ownership" of social media accounts.
Calendar Highlights
 
   
NRVAC 09/19/18 Active Shooter Training
CVAA Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Tech (CAMT)
HRAC 9/19/18 Fair Housing Certification
HRAC 9/20/18 Bus Tour
HRAC 9/21/18 Morning Coffee Meeting
CVAA 9/25/18 Fair Housing Certification
BRAC 9/25/18 Annual Golf Tournament
RLRAC 9/26/18 Morning Membership Meeting (Roanoke)
HRAC 9/27/18 Annual Dodgeball Tournament
VRHC 9/27/18 Morning Motivator (Harrisonburg)
RLRAC 9/27/18 Membership Breakfast & Fair Housing Certification
CVAA 10/04/18 Backyard BBQ- RESCHEDULED!
VAMA 10/10/18 Board of Directors Meeting
CVAA 10/11/18 Mini Con Trade Show & Seminar Series
RLRAC 10/12/18 Maintenance Mania Competition & Education Session
NRVAC 10/15/18 Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) Slam
HRAC 10/17/18 Maintenance Mania
RLRAC 10/18/18 Active Shooter Training (Lynchburg)
HRAC 10/19/18 Morning Coffee Meeting
VRHC 10/25/18 Valley APEX Awards
NRVAC 10/30/18 Trade Show & Maintenance Seminar
BRAC 10/30/18 Fair Housing Certification

Drucker and Falk, LLC
Keyper Systems
Development News
A long disputed piece of land now has plans for development that may include apartments.
A 278-bedroom building on Patrick Henry Drive between Progress and North Main streets is being proposed by Green Valley Builders
Rebkee is planning to construct 250 apartments near Westchester Commons.
VHDA has offered the Danville $125,000 to rehab a property downtown.
Preferred Apartment Communities, Inc., has provided a $12.5 Million loan to finance construction of the project with possible plans to purchase the community.
City Council's decision will allow the construction of 260 apartments in 5 three- or four-story buildings.
Hanover County has delayed a vote on a mixed-use property that falls within its master plan.  Another example of bureaucracy and NIMBYism getting in the way of needed multi-family development.
Woda Cooper Companies will house 68 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartment units in downtown Hopewell, replacing the former 32 unit complex.
A 24-unit mixed-use phase sold but the original developers will finish out the other phases.
In a split vote along party lines, the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors approved rezoning 5 acres of land off the corner of Clay Street and Cherry Lane.
Capital Square 1031, which purchases commercial real estate and then sells shares of ownership in each property to pools of investors looking to cash in on so-called 1031 exchanges, last month unloaded its Bridgeview Apartments complex in Tampa, Florida.
The Lee Medical Building at 1805 Monument Ave. is under contract to be purchased and is slated for a residential conversion to include 60+ apartments.
“The entire site can be rezoned and at the moment does not have any height restrictions,” Sweeney said. “This allows the buyer to bring some height to an area that has one of the best views of the city’s skyline.”
Scott's Addition properties Symbol and Preserve at Scott's Addition will be getting a sister community on United Methodist Family Services land.
An entire block of downtown Richmond is about to be transformed.
A developer and City Councilman has put a purchase offer on the land is seeking rezoning.
The Monument Companies has put a contract to purchase on the old Heironimus Building in downtown Roanoke.  Apartment development is expected.