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'''1000-1002 Grove Street''' is a one-third acre vacant lot in [[Fifeville]] zoned for a [[Planned Unit Development]]. Two 2-story houses constructed in the early 1890s were located on the site until their demolition in 2007.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.charlottesville.org/Home/ShowDocument?id=6889|title=National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for Fifeville-Castle Hill Historic District|last=Maral S. Kalbian and Margaret T. Peters|first=|publishdate=March 2007|publisher=City of Charlottesville Department of Neighborhood Development Services|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref>  
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'''1000-1002 Grove Street''' is a one-third acre vacant lot in [[Fifeville]] zoned for a [[Planned Unit Development]]. Two 2-story houses constructed in the early 1890s were located on the site until their demolition in [[2007]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.charlottesville.org/Home/ShowDocument?id=6889|title=National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for Fifeville-Castle Hill Historic District|last=Maral S. Kalbian and Margaret T. Peters|first=|publishdate=March 2007|publisher=City of Charlottesville Department of Neighborhood Development Services|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref>  
  
In 2006, it was the site of a proposed six-home infill PUD by [[Mark Saunders]] and [[V.G. Sullivan]].<ref>{{Cite-cville|url=https://www.c-ville.com/Fifeville_project_raises_questions_about_infill/|title=Fifeville project raises questions about infill|author=Will Goldsmith|date=July 24, 2006|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref> The application was recommended for denial by a 4-2 vote of the [[Charlottesville Planning Commission|Planning Commission]] on July 11, 2006 amid neighborhood opposition, but was subsequently approved by Council 4-2 on October 2, 2006.<ref>{{Minutes-citycouncil|newid=|when=October 2, 2006|accessdate=2019-01-19|url=http://weblink.charlottesville.org/Public/0/doc/308747/Page1.aspx}}</ref><ref>{{Cite-cville|url=https://www.c-ville.com/Planners_deny_defer_two_Fifeville_projects/|title=Planners deny, defer two Fifeville projects|author=Will Goldsmith|date=July 17, 2006|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref> One month later, City Council approved an amendment to the PUD ordinance requiring new PUDs to sit on a minimum of 2 acres.
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In [[2006]], it was the site of a proposed six-home infill PUD by [[Mark Saunders]] and [[V.G. Sullivan]].<ref>{{Cite-cville|url=https://www.c-ville.com/Fifeville_project_raises_questions_about_infill/|title=Fifeville project raises questions about infill|author=Will Goldsmith|date=July 24, 2006|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref> The application was recommended for denial by a 4-2 vote of the [[Charlottesville Planning Commission|Planning Commission]] on [[July 11]], [[2006]] amid neighborhood opposition, but was subsequently approved by Council 4-2 on [[October 2]], [[2006]].<ref>{{Minutes-citycouncil|newid=|when=October 2, 2006|accessdate=2019-01-19|url=http://weblink.charlottesville.org/Public/0/doc/308747/Page1.aspx}}</ref><ref>{{Cite-cville|url=https://www.c-ville.com/Planners_deny_defer_two_Fifeville_projects/|title=Planners deny, defer two Fifeville projects|author=Will Goldsmith|date=July 17, 2006|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref> One month later, City Council approved an amendment to the PUD ordinance requiring new PUDs to sit on a minimum of 2 acres.
  
In September 2009, the [[Charlottesville Planning Commission|Planning Commission]] approved a preliminary site plan, authorizing three homes originally designed as a triplex to be split into a detached unit and a duplex.
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In September [[2009]], the [[Charlottesville Planning Commission|Planning Commission]] approved a preliminary site plan, authorizing three homes originally designed as a triplex to be split into a detached unit and a duplex.
  
In 2014 the developer, [[Dickerson Homes & Development|Dickerson Homes]], submitted an amendment to the PUD and a new preliminary site plan application. The application was denied on the grounds that it didn't meet the 2 acre minimum and the deviation was too great to qualify for vested rights. The decision was appealed to the Planning Commission at its July 8, 2014 meeting.<ref>{{Agenda-cityplanning|newid=30027|when=July 8, 2014|accessdate=2019-05-14}}</ref>
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In [[2014]] the developer, [[Dickerson Homes & Development|Dickerson Homes]], submitted an amendment to the PUD and a new preliminary site plan application. The application was denied on the grounds that it didn't meet the 2 acre minimum and the deviation was too great to qualify for vested rights. The decision was appealed to the Planning Commission at its [[July 8]], [[2014]] meeting.<ref>{{Agenda-cityplanning|newid=30027|when=July 8, 2014|accessdate=2019-05-14}}</ref>
  
The Planning Commission rejected a final site plan on April 12, 2016, citing deviations from the originally approved PUD.<ref>{{Minutes-cityplanning|newid=41986|when=April 12, 2016|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.charlottesville.org/home/showdocument?id=40179|title=Planning Commission Agenda|last=|first=|publishdate=April 12, 2016|publisher=City of Charlottesville|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref>
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The Planning Commission rejected a final site plan on [[April 12]], [[2016]], citing deviations from the originally approved PUD.<ref>{{Minutes-cityplanning|newid=41986|when=April 12, 2016|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.charlottesville.org/home/showdocument?id=40179|title=Planning Commission Agenda|last=|first=|publishdate=April 12, 2016|publisher=City of Charlottesville|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|accessdate=2019-01-19}}</ref>
  
On [[April 9]], [[2019]], the lot was listed for sale for $600,000.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190516001629/https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1000-1002-Grove-St_Charlottesville_VA_22903_M57393-20015|title=1000/1002 Grove St, Presented by: V.G. Sullivan,
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On [[April 9]], [[2019]], the lot was listed for sale for $600,000.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190516001629/https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1000-1002-Grove-St_Charlottesville_VA_22903_M57393-20015|title=1000-1002 Grove St, Presented by: V.G. Sullivan,
 
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Brokered by: Long & Foster|last=|first=|publishdate=2019-05-15|publisher=Realtor.com|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190516001629/https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1000-1002-Grove-St_Charlottesville_VA_22903_M57393-20015|archive-date=|dead-url=https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1000-1002-Grove-St_Charlottesville_VA_22903_M57393-20015|accessdate=2019-05-15}}</ref>{{neighborhood-stub}}
 
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Revision as of 19:23, 15 May 2019

1000-1002 Grove Street is a one-third acre vacant lot in Fifeville zoned for a Planned Unit Development. Two 2-story houses constructed in the early 1890s were located on the site until their demolition in 2007.[1]

In 2006, it was the site of a proposed six-home infill PUD by Mark Saunders and V.G. Sullivan.[2] The application was recommended for denial by a 4-2 vote of the Planning Commission on July 11, 2006 amid neighborhood opposition, but was subsequently approved by Council 4-2 on October 2, 2006.[3][4] One month later, City Council approved an amendment to the PUD ordinance requiring new PUDs to sit on a minimum of 2 acres.

In September 2009, the Planning Commission approved a preliminary site plan, authorizing three homes originally designed as a triplex to be split into a detached unit and a duplex.

In 2014 the developer, Dickerson Homes, submitted an amendment to the PUD and a new preliminary site plan application. The application was denied on the grounds that it didn't meet the 2 acre minimum and the deviation was too great to qualify for vested rights. The decision was appealed to the Planning Commission at its July 8, 2014 meeting.[5]

The Planning Commission rejected a final site plan on April 12, 2016, citing deviations from the originally approved PUD.[6][7]

On April 9, 2019, the lot was listed for sale for $600,000.[8]

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References

  1. Web. National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for Fifeville-Castle Hill Historic District, City of Charlottesville Department of Neighborhood Development Services, March 2007, retrieved 2019-01-19.
  2. Web. Fifeville project raises questions about infill, Will Goldsmith, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, July 24, 2006, retrieved 2019-01-19.
  3. Web. Charlottesville City Council meeting minutes, .pdf, Council Chambers, City of Charlottesville, October 2, 2006.
  4. Web. Planners deny, defer two Fifeville projects, Will Goldsmith, C-VILLE Weekly, Portico Publications, July 17, 2006, retrieved 2019-01-19.
  5. Web. Agenda for July 8, 2014 Charlottesville Planning Commission, City of Charlottesville, July 8, 2014., retrieved 2019-05-14.
  6. Web. Charlottesville Planning Commission meeting minutes, .pdf, City of Charlottesville, April 12, 2016.
  7. Web. Planning Commission Agenda, City of Charlottesville, April 12, 2016, retrieved 2019-01-19.
  8. Web. [https://web.archive.org/web/20190516001629/https://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/1000-1002-Grove-St_Charlottesville_VA_22903_M57393-20015 1000-1002 Grove St, Presented by: V.G. Sullivan, Brokered by: Long & Foster], Realtor.com, 2019-05-15, retrieved 2019-05-15.