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RRHA has purchased the East Lawn shopping center

RRHA has purchased the East Lawn shopping center:

Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority has purchased the Eastlawn Shopping Center at Nine Mile and Creighton roads in Richmond’s East End.

The housing authority paid $1 million for the property, which city records show is assessed at $859,000 — $233,000 for the land and $626,000 for the buildings.

City Council contributed $200,000 from the city towards the purchase price back in June.

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Alex Goodmundson
Alex Goodmundson
3 years ago

Million $ hard spent, why not for private venture that costs no tax $ and generates tax revenue. Great system.

Samuel Hudson Baker
Samuel Hudson Baker
3 years ago

Wasn’t this going to be a grocery store and a J Sarg culinary school?

Alex Goodmundson
Alex Goodmundson
2020 years ago

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Michael Grabow
Michael Grabow
2020 years ago

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Church Hill People's News
Church Hill People's News
3 years ago

@Samuel – the grocery store and cooking school are coming to 25th and Nine Mike. East View is 5 or 6 blocks east of that.

Samuel Hudson Baker
Samuel Hudson Baker
3 years ago

Gotcha, thanks for the clarification

Jason Bhattacharya
Jason Bhattacharya
3 years ago

What the hell? The same RRHA that has proven they can’t manage their own affairs?

Tammie Lyle
Tammie Lyle
3 years ago

Not surprised but what are they going to do with it?

Tammie Lyle
Tammie Lyle
2020 years ago

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Kelly Evans
Kelly Evans
2020 years ago

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Betty Betsy Migliaccio
Betty Betsy Migliaccio
3 years ago

Have they found a replacement store? The first guy who was supposed to be subsidized pulled out of the deal saying he was too busy in tidewater area.

John Murden Jr.
John Murden Jr.
3 years ago

Betty Betsy Migliaccio – nothing has been announced, but the main financial backer has said that everything is still on track. Folks close to the project have been saying for a while – before anything was announced – that it is not dependent on the one operator.

Matt Jarreau
Matt Jarreau
2020 years ago

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Kathi Sanders
Kathi Sanders
2020 years ago

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Betty Betsy Migliaccio
Betty Betsy Migliaccio
3 years ago

John excellent news. I wasn’t sure how that was going to change plans

Stacia Jones-Wilkins
Stacia Jones-Wilkins
2020 years ago

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Mark Kronenthal
Mark Kronenthal
2020 years ago

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Statia Gibson
Statia Gibson
2020 years ago

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Gloria H. Hawkins
Gloria H. Hawkins
3 years ago

Wow

Lynn Steele McGregor
Lynn Steele McGregor
2020 years ago

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Emily Klinedinst
Emily Klinedinst
3 years ago

I thought that was postponed four years.

Gloria H. Hawkins
Gloria H. Hawkins
3 years ago

I would love to utilize that space

Kendra Murden
Kendra Murden
2020 years ago

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Church Hill People's News
Church Hill People's News
3 years ago

Emily Klinedinst nah, they just bumped the deadline back again. Keep hearing groundbreaking in 2018.

Emily Klinedinst
Emily Klinedinst
3 years ago

Yay

Stacie Birchett
Stacie Birchett
2020 years ago

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Nadine Anderson
Nadine Anderson
2020 years ago

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Tracy Masuck Haines
Tracy Masuck Haines
2020 years ago

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Will Hall
Will Hall
3 years ago

@church hills peoples news Do you have any information on what’s going on with the Creighton court redevelopment? I thought that the project was going to start this summer? I see that the school is torn down

Jason Pickart
Jason Pickart
2020 years ago

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Windi Perrow
Windi Perrow
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Rob Pate
Rob Pate
3 years ago

One of the “R”s in RRHA should stand for Ridiculous. Get our public money out of their hands. They own Far too much real estate all over town that would be privately redeveloped (on average) in a much more positive way. They need to have a scheduled monthly auction of their real estate.

Michelle Phillips
Michelle Phillips
3 years ago

This great news, they can close all those run downs stores and fake corner store business. The home owner in this area deserve better.

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