Coal Tower development

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The "Coal Tower project" is the unofficial name given to a proposed 302-unit residential development in Charlottesville to be built just north of the CSX railroad tracks between the area of 10th Street Northeast and Carlton Road[1]. The project, which is being developed by Coran Capshaw's Redlight Management, originally had been more mixed used in nature. The development is being done by-right. The final site plan has been approved, but a building permit has not yet been approved. [2]

The project has since been renamed City Walk. [3]

The original site plan also depicted at least one nine-story building, but that was later scaled back[4].

References

  1. Web. Large Project near Mall Scaled Back, Dixit, Rachana, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, 6 Dec. 2009, retrieved 15 June 2010..
  2. E-mail. Brian Haluska, City of Charlottesville, Department of Neighborhood Development Services. "Coal Tower." Message to Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow. April 29, 2011.
  3. Web. Capshaw-owned development renamed City Walk, Chiara Canzi, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, October 4, 2011, retrieved October 13, 2011. Print. October 4, 2011 .
  4. Web. Dwarfed: Coal Tower to Get 9-story Neighbor, Provence, Lisa, The Hook, Better Publications LLC, 6 Apr. 2006., retrieved 15 June 2010..