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  1. Spider03

    Libbie Mill

    Libbie Mill Library is finally open. I went to the grand opening last night and was thoroughly impressed. The new road from Libbie Avenue to the library is also now open. The county needs to add sidewalks along Bethlehem Road and Libbie Avenue to connect the surrounding neighborhoods to Libbie Mill. Here is the article in the Times-Dispatch: http://www.richmond.com/news/local/henrico/article_c45c2b80-8a1a-5814-84f2-03ccebe7382a.html Also, signs for "The Neighborhood" are also posted around the development. Here is an advertisement I got in e-mail about it:
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    Libbie Mill

    First restaurant for Libbie Mill is not named yet, but the chef from Lemaire will own it- http://www.richmond.com/food-drink/restaurant-news/article_089355ad-bf11-5ee8-944c-1c08c81d4132.html Also note the library opening has been pushed back to November.
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    Libbie Mill

    More updates: 1) Construction on a 5 story apartment building with over 320 apartments could start by the end of this year. Ground floor will have space for retail. http://www.richmond.com/business/local/article_9c061d17-3589-5482-a684-a6fb17a216e8.html 2) Henrico County approved re-zoning to allow up to 250 ft tall buildings in Libbie Mill, which would be the county's tallest. http://www.richmond.com/business/local/article_a470da02-e17e-572d-8f95-f23cc1343075.html 3) Spencer Rd has been closed between Indigo Rd and N Crestwood Ave. Looks like they are improving Crestwood to be a new entrance / road into the development.
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    Libbie Mill

    Some updates: 1) Gumenick will start taking orders for single family homes by the end of the year: http://www.richmond.com/business/local/article_4c59c2be-c1ad-544b-a6c7-139152fc6071.html 2) Libbie Mill wins Project of the Year: http://www.virginiabusiness.com/news/article/libbie-mill-wins-for-2015-project-of-the-year-in-richmond 3) Creative Design - The invisible parking garage http://www.baconsrebellion.com/2015/05/the-invisible-parking-garage.html 4) Rutherfoord, a Marsh & McLennan Agency LLC company leases space in Libbie Mill http://www.rutherfoord.com/index.cfm/page/Richmond-Office-Announces-Move-Planned-for-Spring-2016/cdid/11534/pid/10320 5) Lastly, according to Henrico County's Online Real Estate database, GGC ASSOCIATES LLC now owns most of the properties bounded by Libbie Ave, Bethlehem Rd, Spencer Rd, and N. Crestwood Ave. I believe GGC ASSOCIATES LLC is owned by Gumenick.
  5. Spider03

    Libbie Mill

    The steel skeleton of the new library is up now. Does anyone know when the first apartments might break ground?
  6. Spider03

    Libbie Mill

    Lots of progress since the last post... 1) The Southern Season store opened on July 31. http://www.timesdispatch.com/business/opening-day-for-southern-season/article_65a3bfda-189f-11e4-9b96-0017a43b2370.html 2) The two story mixed office and retail building that will be home to Gumenick's new headquarters and Richmond Memorial Health Foundation, will be complete in October. http://www.richmondbizsense.com/2014/07/23/gumenicks-new-project-lands-office-tenant/ 3) The new Libbile Mill Library will break gound this month and be complete by November 2015. http://www.henricolibrary.org/libbie-mill http://bcwh.com/work/libbie-mill-library/ 4) Henrico County approved the PODs for two new mixed use office and retail buildings and a parking deck in June. - a two-story mixed use building consisting of approximately 22,511 square-feet of retail and restaurant space, 24,878 square-feet of office space and 137 parking spaces, as well as related site improvements. The 2.37 acre site is located in the future block bounded by Libbie Mill East Boulevard, Roux Street, Bethlehem Road and Staples Mill Road (U.S. Route 33). The site is located along the west side of Staples Mill Road (U.S. Route 33), approximately 200 feet south of Bethlehem Road, on part of parcel 773-740-5043. The zoning is UMUC, Urban Mixed Use District (Conditional). - a five-story mixed-use building consisting of approximately 37,000 square-feet of retail and restaurant space, 4,455 square-feet of office space, 327 apartments, and a two-level parking garage with 216 parking spaces and a rooftop plaza, as well as related site improvements. The 3.01–acre site is located in the future block bounded by Libbie Mill East Boulevard, Roux Street, Seasons Mill Street and Libbie Lake East Street. The site is located approximately 250 feet west of Staples Mill Road (U.S. Route 33) and approximately 900 feet south of Bethlehem Road, on part of parcels 773-740-5043, 774-739-3999, 774-739-5750, and 773739-8155. The zoning is UMUC, Urban Mixed Use District (Conditional). -http://henrico.us/pdfs/planning/2014/jun14pod.pdf
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    Libbie Mill

    Earlier this week, the roads that lead into what will become Libbie Mill were closed. Heavy construction machinery are now onsite. Looks like this development is finally going to break ground! Southern Season and the new Dumbarton Library will anchor this development. A Wawa is also going in on Staples Mill at the corner of Bethlehem where the old Shell gas station used to be. Here are some links about Libbie Mill: http://www.gumenick.com/newssubprojinfo-smc.html http://www.timesdispatch.com/business/real-estate/article_7d00b1bf-d1ca-53d0-a53b-04b35c2857fa.html http://www.richmondbizsense.com/images/Libbie-Mill-Flyer1.pdf
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