Robert Coran Capshaw is the manager of Dave Matthews Band and other musical acts, the founder of Red Light Management and Riverbend Management, co-founder of ATO Records, former CEO of Musictoday LLC, and a real estate mogul in Charlottesville.
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Charlottesville business ventures
Capshaw has been heavily involved in real estate development in the Charlottesville area, to both the delight and dismay of local citizens; the addition of the Charlottesville Pavilion and the ongoing plans to add a five-story apartment complex called City Walk near the Downtown Mall have garnered complaints from Charlottesville natives. Capshaw also owns restaurants on the Downtown Mall, including Blue Light Grill, Enoteca, Mas, Mono Loco, and Ten.
Capshaw is also the developer of the controversial eight-story student housing complex, the Flats at West Village, on West Main Street. The site, formerly a tire center, has been owned by Capshaw since 2002. The Plaza will feature 595 bedrooms above commercial space. The Charlottesville City Council granted a Special Use Permit for the building in a 4-1 vote in December 2012.
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