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. 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. 
The original site plan also depicted at least one nine-story building, but that was later scaled back.
- Web. Large Project near Mall Scaled Back, Dixit, Rachana, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, 6 Dec. 2009, retrieved 15 June 2010..
- E-mail. Brian Haluska, City of Charlottesville, Department of Neighborhood Development Services. "Coal Tower." Message to Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow. April 29, 2011.
- 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 .
- Web. Dwarfed: Coal Tower to Get 9-story Neighbor, Provence, Lisa, The Hook, Better Publications LLC, 6 Apr. 2006., retrieved 15 June 2010..