C&O Row – the new way to live downtown. We are so excited to be apart of this unique opportunity. This development is like no other offered in downtown Charlottesville. Just steps from the heart of downtown, C&O Row offers Charlottesville residents beautiful, innovative, detached single-family homes. Learn more at the C&O Row website.
Via: UVAToday Katie McNally, email@example.com | Dan Addison, firstname.lastname@example.org In February, the National Venture Capital Association named Charlottesville the fastest-growing venture capital ecosystem in the United States . The University of Virginia’s Licensing & Ventures Group is sitting in the heart of that trend with a new headquarters at the crossroads of UVA’s research facilities and Charlottesville’s burgeoning […]
Aaron Richardson | Friday, May 13, 2016 at 5:16 p.m. After a monthlong closure, the Virginia Discovery Museum will reopen with six new exhibits Saturday afternoon. The museum, which has occupied its spot on the Downtown Mall for 25 years, will unveil a science, technology, engineering and math lab; a reading area dubbed the Literacy Lounge; a construction […]
From the start, Kilwins has been an interesting project. Located on the Downtown Mall, the space has long been part of the East Main Streetscape. At the pre-construction meeting, we were able to get into the crawl space in the front of the building and see the slab that made up the back of the […]
The pace of the construction world is steadily increasing. Texts and emails have replaced faxes, while phone calls and voice mail have supplanted face-to-face discussions. Efficient as it is, electronic communication can be misunderstood by the recipient and wrong information can be transmitted resulting in a loss of real connection. The remedy is not to […]
Occupying a prominent corner on Preston Avenue, the former Coca-Cola Bottling Works has a new lease on life as a hub of commercial activity. The newly-restored building is home to a bike shop, an organic market, a juice bar, a beer garden, and most recently, the University of Virginia’s Licensing and Ventures Group (LVG), formerly […]