Granger property

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The Granger property is an undeveloped tract of land in Albemarle County that is owned by Riverbend Development. The firm is seeking to develop the property by-right and submitted a subdivision application in the summer of 2021. The plan was initially denied due to a need to fill in the flood plain for some of the access roads, a process that will require a special use permit. [1]


Riverbend has asked for an indefinite deferral in July 2016. [2]

Development of the parcel beyond by-right was to have included construction of the Stribling Avenue section of a Sunset-Fontaine Connector.[3]


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References

  1. Web. July 7, 2021: Council approves $1 million for statue removal, storage or covering; Another lot on Cherry Avenue changes hands, Sean Tubbs, Charlottesville Community Engagement, Town Crier Productions, July 7, 2021, retrieved September 27, 2021.
  2. Web. ZMA201600014 Correspondence 2016-07-06, Albemarle County Community Development Department, retrieved August 10, 2016.
  3. Web. Long planned road connections face financial obstacles, neighborhood opposition, Charlottesville Tomorrow, August 2, 2017, retrieved 2020-02-26.