925 East Market Street
925 East Market Street
|Use Type||Mixed-Use Office & Residential|
|Lot Size||0.632 acres (22,530sf)|
|Residential units||52 luxury apartments|
|Parking||95 spaces (2-level parking structure)|
|Development Firm||CMB Development and Woodard Properties|
|Developer Contact||Guy Blundon|
|Approval Process||Special Use Permit|
|Approval Conditions||Street width at 10th St NE and E Market narrowed to incorporate sidewalk and landscape buffer
10' stepback in facade facing E Market and 10th, as rendered
Accessible entrances on 10th St and Market.
No more than one garage entrance on 10th St NE 'if possible'
Commercial use open to public with entrance directly accessible from a public street
Compliance with the affordable dwelling unit requirements of § 34-12
925 East Market Street is an approved 5-story, 56-unit apartment building with 18,690 square feet of commercial space and a two-level parking garage. It was recommended for approval by a 5-2 vote of the Planning Commission on August 13, 2013 and approved by City Council 4-1 on October 7, 2013 (Kathy Galvin dissenting). As of September 2014, developers CMB Development and Woodard Properties had not submitted a site plan to the Planning Commission.
The previous occupant of the site, ABC Preschool, moved to 1015 E Market St in preparation for the construction.
- Web. Agenda for August 13, 2013 Charlottesville Planning Commission, City of Charlottesville, August 13, 2013., retrieved 2019-09-22.
- Web. Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, August 13, 2019.
- Web. Council OKs five-story building on East Market, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, October 8, 2013, retrieved 2018-11-25.
- Web. Water Street Extended to open by year’s end, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, September 28, 2014, retrieved 2018-11-25.
- Web. Neighborhood concerned about potential traffic issues with proposed E. Market building, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Tomorrow, October 6, 2013, retrieved 2018-11-25.
- Web. ‘White hot:’ Building still booming—but not for everyone, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, September 20, 2018, retrieved 2019-09-22.
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