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Chesterfield County: 2,000 Acre Development

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A 2,000 acre, mixed use development coming to Chesterfield County. This massive project will be built along the Rt 288 Corridor. Please see the link below and associated article:

http://www.richmond.com/econdev/output.asp...er=1&position=1

New Urban Living

Roseland is a "new urbanism" project that would feature residential and retail development.

Roseland's 2,000-acre "new urbanism" project could put 4,500 homes off Route 288. Greg Pearson

Chesterfield Observer

Thursday, June 15, 2006

Spurred by a backlash against suburban sprawl and what appears to be a demand for urban living - without panhandlers and potholes - GBS Holding, Ltd. is proposing Roseland, a 2,000-acre development south and west of the Route 288 intersection with Woolridge Road.

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Shakman, I edited your posting as pasting the entire article is not allowed. You may view the rules here. Thanks.

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Shakman, I edited your posting as pasting the entire article is not allowed. You may view the rules here. Thanks.

My apologizes. Thanks for the heads up.

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That's one of the smaller mega developments out there. The largest is 5000 new homes, another is around 4500.... massive development.

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That's one of the smaller mega developments out there. The largest is 5000 new homes, another is around 4500.... massive development.

Which development is this?

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They talk about them at the bottom of that article.

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No problems with this... but I do have a problem with the advertisement, "Spurred by a backlash against suburban sprawl and what appears to be a demand for urban living - without panhandlers and potholes" almost like WBV being the new Fan. I guess the city should either kill or lock up its panhandlers so we can appease those offended. And over time, there will be potholes.

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