One half of former Martha Jefferson site sells for $21.9M and 45 other real estate transactions
A quick summary of what property changed hands in Charlottesville in July 2023
I spent Monday writing up a summary of the new zoning code, which you can read here. I’ll be updating this story a little later on today as I post it on Information Charlottesville website. There’s a whole history waiting to be written about the time we’re in and I am grateful for the ability to be capturing what I can.
I wanted to get my summary of these July 2023 transactions out before the September 14 public hearing on the Development Code before the Charlottesville Planning Commission. Re-read previous versions to get a sense of how these work and please ask questions and check my math. I know I am fallible but my intentions remain true
I want people to know about the systems in which they live. That’s how we become a better community and a better people. Shared knowledge is key, but as I grow older I remain convinced there are so many who want some knowledge to remain locked up.
A teensy bit of irony in the paywall below! This goes out to paid subscribers first because it’s an incentive to contribute financially to this work. I’m happy to email it to anyone on request but do remember that this is my full-time job! I’ll post this to infocville.com within a week.
One caveat. I’m having trouble accessing one of my resources for this site. There is a building permit search tool in Charlottesville I use but I was not able to reach that site this time around.