512 Hull Street - 12 Stories | ??? Feet (Manchester)

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512 Hull Street - 12 Stories | ??? Feet (Manchester)

Post by Ryan Ramsey » Sat Oct 20, 2018 3:19 am

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12-story tower proposed for Manchester
Another set of developers is looking to add more height to the Manchester skyline.

Sam McDonald and Mark Scordo are seeking city approval to build a 12-story apartment tower on a 0.6-acre parcel near the corner of Sixth and Hull streets at 512 Hull St.

The 188-unit project would be the second phase of Port RVA, the first part of which is a neighboring 102-unit apartment building at 500 Hull St. developed in 2014 by McDonald’s Property Results. The company purchased both parcels five years ago.

“The plan all along was to do two projects,” McDonald said. “We just didn’t know how the timing would turn out to move forward with the next phase.”

McDonald and Scordo have city approval to build a five-story building on the 512 Hull St. site. But because they look to more than double that height, they must seek a special use permit for the project.

Plans for the tower could reach City Council by fall, McDonald said. If granted approval, construction on the estimated $25 million project could begin by the first quarter 2018. His firm hopes to begin leasing the development to future residents by spring 2019.
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Re: 512 Hull Street - 12 Stories | ??? Feet (Manchester)

Post by Eandslee » Thu Oct 25, 2018 6:48 pm

I’m wondering just how likely this project is considering they appear to be about a year behind. Being behind schedule usually doesn’t bode well. I hope they build it...at 12 stories or more! Would be nice if Richmond BizSense did a follow up to get an update.

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