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wrldcoupe4

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  1. For the prior 10 years (2010-2020), the region was adding about 32 people per day. I don't really care that Raleigh is growing faster than the Richmond. We're not a declining or static region and we have healthy growth, just not as much as some other markets. Big whoop. https://www.grpva.com/blog/2021/09/14/greater-richmond-in-migration-leads-to-population-increase/#:~:text=Between 2019 and 2020%2C Richmond,makes the region stand out.
  2. For context, Wake/Raleigh is 857 sq miles which compares to the total land area for the City of Richmond, Chesterfield County, and Henrico County of a combined 746 sq miles.
  3. Same developer as Leigh Addition. I'm guessing 5-6 stories.
  4. It's a real thing guys. When you harp on some of these deals that are slow to start or get truncated, much of it is driven by things like this at the moment. And let's be honest, pricing never really goes back down, it hopefully just won't go up as quickly at some point.
  5. I assume we will see a BizSense article by end of week touching on this, so let’s see what factors impacted this.
  6. That's lame, but it is still good density in that location.
  7. I think Porter had this listed to be fair.
  8. Don't forget that NC cities can annex. Raleigh by land area is 146 sq miles compared to Richmond's 63 sq miles
  9. That's correct, and to clarify, Stone doesn't own the terminal property.
  10. This is the school there now. https://www.cristoreyrichmond.org
  11. It became a different Catholic school.
  12. they could at least use the renderings from the POD submission instead of that weird trapezoid thing.
  13. You have a problem with cool cats?
  14. Thalhimer is just marketing the ground floor commercial at Leigh Addition; the developer/owner is Level2 out of DC.
  15. they've been marketed as restaurant and lowrise office development sites.
  16. Those areas took off initially due to historic tax credit districts being formed. Chamberlayne and Brook corridors through here do not have a district.
  17. Unpopular opinion - not a fan of the name Chamberbrook. It feels lazy.
  18. Think that is still happening as well.
  19. Totally agree. The BP is for sale. Just needs a developer.
  20. Not sure if you covered this, but the state is selling it's 21 acre site adjacent to the tanks on the east? side of Route 5.
  21. There is like 20x more occurring up there at the moment.
  22. Case and point - Autozone’s new 800k SF distribution center in New Kent: https://www.virginiabusiness.com/article/autozone-to-build-185m-distribution-center-in-new-kent/
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