1,000-home project approved near Henrico mall

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HENRICO, Va. — The path is cleared for HHHunt’s next big project.

Henrico County supervisors unanimously approved a rezoning on Tuesday for the 250-acre River Mill, which will add more than 1,000 homes to wooded land across Brook Road from Virginia Center Commons.

The development, largely unchanged since it was first proposed in February, will consist of 400 zero-lot-line homes, meaning detached single-family homes built close to the edge of a lot; 300 townhomes; 285 apartments; and 50 single-family homes.

Seven parcels that make up the 250 acres are under contract with HHHunt, whose other Henrico communities include Twin Hickory, Wellesley, Wyndham and Wyndham Forest, as well as the nearby Townes at Woodman, an 82-unit townhome development. The company is also developing a 240-home community near Wyndham that received zoning approval last year.

“We’re very pleased to be able to bring another HHHunt community to Henrico County and to the Richmond area,” said Kim Kacani, the company’s vice president of land acquisition and business development.

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