City Walk is a 300-unit, market-rate residential development in Charlottesville constructed just north of the CSX railroad tracks between the area of 10th Street Northeast and Carlton Road. The project was planned and developed by Coran Capshaw's Riverbend Development and was developed by-right.
The development is being done by-right and the final site plan has been approved. It includes one five-story building with two inner courtyards, three smaller, three-story buildings, and a parking deck.
Construction began in 2012. An Atlanta company, Metzger & Company, has been hired to do the work. 
The original site plan also depicted at least one nine-story building, but that was later scaled back.
Water Street was be extended as part of the project and a multiuse trail was built as well.
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