Search: Katurah Roell
October 01, 2016
The University of Virginia now owns several properties on Roosevelt Brown Boulevard south of the railroad tracks that separate its hospital from the Fifeville neighborhood. The university paid $8.73 million in late August to acquire a total of 2.63 acres on seven properties on Grove Street and King ...
June 23, 2016
According to Albemarle County’s Comprehensive Plan, cars and parking lots should be hidden from view behind new commercial development. That design guideline calling for relegated parking leaves some developers and potential tenants scratching their heads. The Albemarle Planning Commission said Tuesday that it was willing to make an exception ...
March 15, 2016
The developer of a vacant property on Fifth Street Extended near Interstate 64 will rework his plans following a public hearing Tuesday by the Albemarle Planning Commission. “This property has been sitting dormant for a while,” said developer Katurah Roell. Roell is seeking amendments to a prior application plan originally ...
May 17, 2015
A dozen years ago, Charlottesville’s City Council adopted a new zoning ordinance that sought to encourage commercial and residential development in key regions across the city, including the stretch of Cherry Avenue between Ridge Street and Roosevelt Brown Boulevard. However, no one has taken advantage of the Cherry Avenue ...
November 09, 2014
Several Charlottesville entrepreneurs called on elected officials and developers Thursday to invest in new office and laboratory space to ensure that start-up companies remain in the area. “We know people in Charlottesville are bright, we know they’ve got lots of good ideas and we know they can set up ...
September 22, 2014
The Albemarle Planning Commission has recommended approval of a revised request to amend the rezoning for a portion of the Hollymead Town Center. Their action this past Tuesday took place after the Board of Supervisors insisted that developer Katurah Roell resubmit a request to the Commission after he failed to ...
September 16, 2014
The four newest members of the Albemarle Board of Supervisors signaled last week that they want the Planning Commission to play more of a role as rezoning applications proceed through county government. Supervisors voted 4-2 to send a rezoning proposal for Hollymead Town Center back to the Planning Commission because ...
July 30, 2014
The Albemarle County Planning Commission on Tuesday recommended allowing one of the developers of the Hollymead Town Center to alter where townhomes and non-residential units would be built in their portion of the mixed-use development. Charles Hurt and Katurah Roell are seeking the county’s permission to build 44 townhomes ...