These are a few Charlottesville development stories on my radar that I will be referencing for the next few days and weeks in conversations with clients:
A few stories of note this week of interest. Bolding is mine; please read the stories in their entireties. Albemarle officials discuss effects of county’s growth - Alison Wrabel at DP According to the Weldon Center Cooper for Public Service at the University of Virginia, the county’s population estimate as of July 1 is 107,697, an 8.8 percent increase since 2010. “While Read More
Where should growth in the City of Charlottesville go? Besides, "over there"? Interesting juxtaposition of stories over the weekend from Charlottesville Tomorrow. (bolding mine) Demographers at the University of Virginia are forecasting a sharp increase in Albemarle’s population by the year 2045, but a smaller rise for the city of Charlottesville. “Charlottesville has had a fair amount of growth and I think it can continue having it, but I think it’s going to be much more challenging given its geography,” said Hamilton Lombard Read More
Charlottesville Tomorrow put out a lot of good, useful, relevant stories - relevant to me, as I live here, and relevant to how I practice real estate (as in, I need to know more than my clients!) A few stories from Charlottesville Tomorrow over the past few weeks
- Albemarle development areas to receive equal neighborhood improvements funding
- Doling out money to the Read More
Charlottesville Tomorrow remains one of the best and most useful information sources in my wheelhouse. I read at least skim it every day; it's one way I stay more informed for my clients. A few relevant stories from the past 30 days or so ... ... that matter to how we live in Charlottesville and Albemarle, how we educate our kids, how we get to work and play.
October has been a busy, busy month for the fine folks at Charlottesville Tomorrow; these are but a few of their stories most relevant to those who live in, near, or are thinking about moving to Charlottesville or Albemarle.
- Albemarle may be moving their courts out of Downtown Charlottesville
- This is big, and if they move, would change the efficiency of real estate closings in Charlottesville.
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