Greenstone on 5th
Greenstone on 5th is a 198-unit apartment complex for low-income families and individuals in Charlottesville. It is owned by Community Housing Partners.  It used to be known as Blue Ridge Commons before a name change in 2013. 
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Trail to Tonsler Park
In 2018, the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation awarded the Fifeville Neighborhood Association a $7,500 grant to develop a concept for a creek-side trail that connects Greenstone on 5th and adjacent communities to Tonsler Park and the rest of Cherry Avenue. In 2021, the Rivanna Trails Foundation was awarded a $25,000 grant from the Virginia Outdoors Foundation to proceed with construction and community engagement around the project.
In February 2012, Community Housing Partners sought City Council support for a low-income housing tax credit application to help financing for a $7.15 million renovation. At one point, CHP had sought financed by bonds from the Waynesboro Redevelopment and Housing Authority.  However, they abandoned that approach when they learned the sale of those bonds would not cover the costs of the project. Instead, CHP will apply for tax credits from the Virginia Housing and Development Authority in March 2012. The renovations will allow the complex to expand by 4 units.
- Web. [https://www.charlottesville.org/modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=21262 Support of Community Housing Partners – Low Income Housing Tax Credit Application], Kathy McHugh, Housing Development Specialist, City of Charlottesville, February 21, 2012, retrieved February 17, 2012.
- Web. VOF announces $1.26 million for 29 open-space projects, 2021-06-29
- Web. Approval of Bond Issuance by Waynesboro Redevelopment and Housing Authority for Blue Ridge Commons Rehabilitation Project, City of Charlottesville, retrieved September 1, 2011.