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The residential development is under construction on the west side of Lafayette Boulevard and between Alum Spring Road and St. Paul Street.
A public information session was held in the evening of Tuesday, July 30, at the Dorothy Hart Community Center to provide public information about the development under construction on the west side of Lafayette Boulevard and between Alum Spring Road and St. Paul Street. Over 50 members of the public attended, as well as City Council members, Planning Commissioners, City staff, and representatives of the project developer, Kettler. Plans were on display for citizens to walk around and ask questions. These plans include building elevations and price ranges.
The site work and construction currently underway for this project are the product of a three-year public review process, with City Council reaching a final land use decision in 2014. The on-going work will result in two residential projects: an 80-lot single family house neighborhood, to be known as ‘Telegraph Hill’ (west of the Dominion Transmission lines, on the uphill portion of the property) and a 204-unit townhouse community, to be known as ‘Fredericksburg Park’ (east of the Dominion Transmission lines). As one of the final steps in this process, Council is currently being asked to approve a shift of the public right-of-way for Alum Spring Road 130 feet south (away from Blue-Gray Parkway) to create a safer 90° intersection. The shift will allow for the third element of the project, an approximate 30,000 sq ft commercial center.
The information in the power point "Telegraph Hill Frederickburg Park Project Overview" was provided to City Council, at its meeting on July 9, 2019.