Charlottesville has an expanding economy

So says USA Today.


I’m assuming that by “Charlottesville” they mean “the Charlottesville region.”

The Daily Progress offered valuable insight on the area’s economy earlier this year.

Update 10 March 2008: This cannot possibly be a bad thing for our economy:

Howell described four major building projects intended to meet these challenges.  Three of the facilities will be completed during the next 3 ½ years (by 2010-11).  Several will transform the landscape in and around the “new hospital” which was opened for business in 1989 off Jefferson Park Avenue.

The four major hospital building projects are:

    * Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center at JPA and Lee Street (site of the hospital’s West parking garage)
    * Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) at Northridge on Route 250 W
    * A new 72-bed six-story tower to be added to the face of the “new hospital”
    * Barry & Bill Battle Children’s Hospital (near the intersection of JPA and West Main Street)

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  1. Candy Lynn March 10, 2008 at 09:51

    I sure wish they would include Rockbridge & Augusta Counties in this data.

  2. c'ville area March 10, 2008 at 11:37

    Charlottesville, VA MSA is a U.S. Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) in Virginia as defined by the United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as of June, 2003, with an estimated population of 190,278 as of 2006.

    Charlottesville, VA MSA

    * Albemarle County
    * Fluvanna County
    * Greene County
    * Nelson County
    * City of Charlottesville


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