Developers scale back proposed Scott’s Addition towers

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A rendering presented to the Scott’s Addition Boulevard Association shows one of two proposed six-story buildings with two-level parking decks and residential units above.

RICHMOND, Va. — One of the most talked-about projects proposed in Scott’s Addition has been revised with a new look and fewer stories.

Plans for two 10-story towers proposed for a 2.5-acre site at 1400 Roseneath Road have been revised and reduced in height by developers Louis Salomonsky and David White of Historic Housing LLC.

The latest proposal, presented last week to the Scott’s Addition Boulevard Association, calls for two U-shaped buildings six stories tall, which would bring them in line with the current tallest building in the fast-transforming district: the nearby 3600 Centre building on West Broad Street.

Association president Roger Bouchard said the changes were made in response to feedback from the group, which received the initial proposal at a meeting in April.

“He’s redesigned the project,” Bouchard said, referring to Salomonsky. “He took into account a lot of the feedback from the community.”

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