jbjust

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  1. Richmond Breweries

    I'm almost more interested to see their landscaping plan and see how it interacts with the Cap Trail.
  2. Richmond Developments

    Not exactly priced to resolve the food desert in that section of the city.
  3. Richmond Developments

    Is this a joke?
  4. I heard they're going to use the remaining equipment as a boiler for the whole building...
  5. Richmond Developments

    That lot is so steep that it begs for some sort of underground parking solution so as to bring the grocery store right up to the sidewalk -- like the Harris Teeter in Pentagon Row.
  6. Richmond International Airport

    If I had to bet, I would say 75%+ connect on to a California destination.
  7. Richmond off-topic postings

    Honestly, I hope we never have explosive growth like that in Richmond. That's one of the things I like about our city, the fact that we continue to grow steadily while avoiding the horror that is Charlotte, D.C., or Atlanta in terms of sprawl and traffic.
  8. New Richmond Arena

    Reviving this thread with no news is just cruel.
  9. Rockett's Landing

    The last time I checked, the blue warehouse had a "For Lease" sign on it.
  10. Rockett's Landing

    What's up with the big industrial warehouse that's for rent right in the middle of Rockett's landing and that other industrial building near the Boathouse? Seems like really prime residential real estate that isn't really being used for its highest and best use.
  11. New Richmond Arena

    Come on people! We need some leaks!
  12. Scores of New Hotels for Downtown Richmond

    It's a shame the outside looks so dated. Not much you can do about that I guess.
  13. Scott's Addition Development

    Wow. That is a pretty all-star lineup.
  14. Scott's Addition Development

    It's not a stereotype, it is a risk factor. If you think that introducing a poorly-managed high-density low income development in the middle of Scott's Addition isn't a risk factor, then you're being disingenuous. That is why I asked about the property manager's history.
  15. Scott's Addition Development

    That is exactly why I asked what their history was of running this sort of project. Low-income housing can be done well to the benefit of the entire city and neighborhood or they can be done very poorly which harms not only the neighborhood but the low-income people looking for a solid housing option. If you think there is no potential for a low-income development creating problems for a neighborhood, you have your head in the sand.