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June 09, 2017
Plans for the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia are moving forward after receiving the endorsement of UVa’s Board of Visitors’ Buildings and Grounds Committee on Friday. “We’ve been having a conversation here at the university on how best to recognize our enslaved laborers and ...
May 18, 2017
The University of Virginia is hoping to relocate its orthopedic services from the Fontaine Research Park as part of its redevelopment of an area along Ivy Road, east of the U.S. 29 and U.S. 250 intersection. UVa officials presented plans to Charlottesville and Albemarle County leaders at the ...
February 09, 2017
A city committee charged with reviewing designs for public spaces learned more Thursday about the University of Virginia’s plans to redevelop land in the Ivy Road corridor. “We’re talking about [an area] from the intersection of Ivy and Emmet to Copeley Road,” said Alice Raucher, who was named ...
November 19, 2016
The University of Virginia is considering an ambitious mixed-use redevelopment of land along Ivy Road that would include a 130-foot-wide linear park at its center. “In March 2015, our Board of Visitors and our administration charged us with studying this almost 14.5-acre parcel for potential redevelopment to look for ...
August 15, 2016
Plans are continuing to come together for the Ivy corridor near the intersection of Ivy Road and Emmet Street. The University of Virginia Board of Visitors heard an update on proposals for the site at its retreat Monday at the Boar’s Head Inn. “Ivy-Emmet has been an ongoing discussion ...
July 16, 2015
News Release Office of University Communications Contact: Anthony P. de Bruyn 434-924-1400 email@example.com Alice J. Raucher Named Architect for the University of Virginia CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., July 16, 2015 — Alice J. Raucher has been appointed Architect for the University of Virginia, officials announced today. The appointment is effective Sept ...
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