Westlake Hills

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Westlake Hills is a planned 131-unit neighborhood near Crozet being developed by-right. [1] The developer, Riverbend Management needs to obtain a critical slopes waiver in order to proceed because 27 potential lots are affected by critical slopes.[2] Residents of the Crozet area have expressed concern that the development will detract from the small town atmosphere of Crozet as well as put pressure on current traffic patterns.[2]

The project was originally slated to be 145 units. Construction on the first phase will begin in the fall of 2012 and Riverbend anticipates a ten-year build-out. [3]

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  1. Web. Residents Worry Crozet Losing Small-Town Feel, Chris Stover, Charlottesville Newsplex, retrieved April 23, 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Web. Last Big Acreage in Eastern Crozet Slated for Development, Crozet Gazette, 3 May 2012, retrieved 2 July 2012.
  3. Web. Westlake Hills Plans Slightly Trimmed Down, Crozet Gazette Staff, Crozet Gazette, Crozet Gazette, October 4, 2012, retrieved October 8, 2012. Print. October 2012 , October 4, 2012, .