Real estate assessments rose again in Albemarle County in 2016 nearly 2% in 2015 after about 2.5% in 2014; now Albemarle County wants to increase the tax rate by 2.5 cents. Sean Tubbs at Charlottesville Tomorrow writes (be sure to…
If this map and data are anywhere close to accurate (thanks CityLab for pointing it out), there are going to be a lot more people living in the Charlottesville/Albemarle region in 20 years. What are the localities…
A quick look back at when homes came on the market in 2014. Looking at single family, attached and condos in the Charlottesville MSA: (click image to embiggen) Questions about the Charlottesville market? Email or call…
Should be a fun note this month. Interested? Two clicks and you’ll get just the one email a month from me.
“Charlottesville” is a great “holiday town” … whatever that means.
Travel & Leisure Magazine ranked Charlottesville as #22 in their list of “America’s Best Towns for the Holidays.”
1) I’ve gleefully driven through the Corner multiple times since (most of) the students have departed; it’s so much quieter right now.
2) I put “Charlottesville” in quotation marks as the Magazine clearly means “the Charlottesville area” …
I love this about Charlottesville.
C’Ville Pie Fest is Back! It’s this Sunday at the Crozet Mudhouse, supports the Crozet Volunteer Fire Department, and pie entries are needed (there are some hungry judges!)
It all started on Twitter and was, as I said at the time, ridiculously good fun at the Charlottesville Downtown Mudhouse.
And the judges:
– Head Judge Brian Geiger
– Wendy Novicoff
– Sean McCord
– Rebecca Cooper
– Josh Harvey (Albemarle Baking Company baker)
– Nathan Moore of WTJU
– Gary Dillon of the Crozet Firefighters
– Jim Duncan (that’s me!)