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The Agenda: Local government briefs for 9.12.22 – RichmondBizSense

A rendering of the apartments that would be built as part of a proposed mixed-use development by SJC Ventures in Chesterfield County. (Image courtesy of SJC Ventures)

Grocery-anchored development to be considered in Chesterfield

The Chesterfield Planning Commission is expected to consider a new mixed-use development proposal at its meeting next week.

Atlanta-based SJC Ventures is expected to pitch a development at the corner of Midlothian Turnpike and Alverser Drive at the commission’s Sept. 22 meeting.

The proposed Midlothian Depot development is planned to feature a 43,000-square-foot “specialty grocery anchor” as well as 30,000 square feet of commercial space and 350 apartments on 13 acres of “largely undeveloped” land, according to an SJC Ventures news release Friday.

The commission will weigh whether to recommend approval to the Board of Supervisors. Should supervisors OK the plan, the center would be planned to break ground in early 2023.

Subdivision near Harvie Elementary on Henrico agenda

Henrico supervisors meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. Full agenda here.

Business includes rezoning requests deferred last month from Pemberton Investments LLC, which is planning a 28-home development on 12 acres at John Rolfe Parkway and Pump Road, and from HHHunt, which is planning a 65-unit continuation of its recently approved The Pointe condos project on 7 acres at Pouncey Tract Road and Twin Hickory Lake Drive.

Also deferred from last month is a rezoning request from Markel | Eagle for an 80-home subdivision on 46 acres southwest of Pouncey Tract Road and Wyndham West Drive. The request was deferred at board meetings in May and July.

TerraForge Communities seeks to rezone 27 acres northeast of Goodell and Harvie roads, just north of Harvie Elementary School, for a 92-home subdivision.

Also on the agenda is a public hearing regarding the creation of a county sports and entertainment authority. The authority would be responsible for Henrico’s sports tourism program and management of related public-private investments, such as the indoor athletic and events center at Virginia Center Commons and the 18,000-seat arena planned as part of the GreenCity development.

The Hanover Planning Commission is expected to vote on whether to recommend the final approval of an indoor, private tennis facility. (Image courtesy of Hanover County)

Hanover Planning Commission to consider private tennis facility

The Hanover County Planning Commission is scheduled to meet Thursday. Full agenda here.

On tap is a conditional-use permit sought by Robert Alvarez of Winding Brook Eateries LLC for a proposed private tennis facility. The facility would be about 37,000 square feet with an additional 1,800 square feet of offices and restrooms. The indoor facility would have five courts. The facility would be built on a 1.7-acre property on Lakeridge Parkway adjacent to Green Top Shooting Range.

6-home subdivision along Derbyshire Road on Henrico planning agenda

The Henrico County Planning Commission meets Thursday at 7 p.m. Business on the agenda includes a rezoning request from Bradford Custom Homes for a six-home subdivision on 2.5 acres northeast of the intersection of Derbyshire and Midway roads. Full agenda here.

Southside TOD rezonings on City Council agenda

The Richmond City Council meets in regular session Monday for the first time since its August recess. Agendas for the informal and regular sessions can be found here.

On the consent agenda for the 6 p.m. regular meeting agenda is a …….

Source: https://richmondbizsense.com/2022/09/12/the-agenda-local-government-briefs-for-9-12-22/

A rendering of the apartments that would be built as part of a proposed mixed-use development by SJC Ventures in Chesterfield County. (Image courtesy of SJC Ventures)

Grocery-anchored development to be considered in Chesterfield

The Chesterfield Planning Commission is expected to consider a new mixed-use development proposal at its meeting next week.

Atlanta-based SJC Ventures is expected to pitch a development at the corner of Midlothian Turnpike and Alverser Drive at the commission’s Sept. 22 meeting.

The proposed Midlothian Depot development is planned to feature a 43,000-square-foot “specialty groc…….

A rendering of the apartments that would be built as part of a proposed mixed-use development by SJC Ventures in Chesterfield County. (Image courtesy of SJC Ventures)

Grocery-anchored development to be considered in Chesterfield

The Chesterfield Planning Commission is expected to consider a new mixed-use development proposal at its meeting next week.

Atlanta-based SJC Ventures is expected to pitch a development at the corner of Midlothian Turnpike and Alverser Drive at the commission’s Sept. 22 meeting.

The proposed Midlothian Depot development is planned to feature a 43,000-square-foot “specialty groc…….

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