The Town of Blackstone is seeking proposals from development firms or individuals interested in buying a two-acre lot owned by the Town at 610 Second Street.
The deadline for proposals is 3:00 p.m. next Thursday, Jan. 21st. The site is home of an obsolete, million-gallon concrete water basin that the Town took off-line to improve water quality.
Petersburg developer Dave McCormack has expressed interest in the lot to build more apartments that would serve those associated with the U.S. State Department’s FASTC at Fort Pickett.
Declared Surplus McCormack appeared at Town Coun
McCormack appeared at Town Council’s Dec. 21st meeting, and Council -- after an advertised public hearing -- voted unanimously to surplus the property. McCormack said he’d like to build ap
McCormack said he’d like to build approximately 38 apartments -- similar to his new 34 units at “Nottoway House,” which opened last year. That complex sits beside his 25-unit Lunenburg Avenue Lofts, which opened 10 years ago.
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