Commonwealth Architects
October 20, 2016

FEATURED: Gumenick keeps things moving at Libbie Mill

As it looks to fill the commercial space left vacant by the departure of anchor tenant Southern Season earlier this year, Libbie Mill Midtown is moving forward with construction of the mixed-use development’s first residential pieces.

Construction is underway on the Neighborhood of Libbie Mill Midtown, a mix of townhomes and condos totaling 994 units for purchase. Work has also started on the development’s first apartment building, a five-story structure in the heart of Libbie Mill that will total 327 rental units and 494,000 square feet. Construction started in June and is slated to wrap up on the apartment building in 2018. Models for the townhomes and condos are slated to open in the first quarter of next year.

Gumenick Properties, the developer behind Libbie Mill, is building the townhomes and condo units. The apartments are being built by Whiting-Turner, a national firm headquartered in Baltimore. Richmond-based Commonwealth Architects is designing all of the units.

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Above drone photo credit: Kieran McQuilkin / Richmond BizSense

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