Next fall, residents of a new housing complex on West Main Street might have 99 problems, but their apartment won’t be one of them—or at least, that’s the verbiage that was handed out on keychains at Six Hundred West Main’s metaphorical groundbreaking ceremony last week.Read More
The symbolic start of a construction site is traditionally marked with a groundbreaking, but the developers of a new apartment complex on Charlottesville’s West Main Street opted to celebrate Tuesday by spray-painting a parking lot with the words “Six Hundred West Main,” the name of the project.
A massive, upscale project along West Main Street in Charlottesville is officially getting underway. Developers for 600 West Main plan to bring a mixed-use building to provide new housing and business options for people in the community.Read More
The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review has approved final design plans for the proposed Quirk Hotel on West Main Street. “This is such a remarkable project, and the preservation of these two houses is invaluable to the character of Main Street and one of our more important spaces,” said Breck Gastinger, a BAR member and landscape architect.Read More