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New $1.4 Million Animal Shelter Opens in Virginia

A new animal shelter has been opened in Franklin County, Va. The new $1.4 million building features 6,000 square-feet, which more than triples the size of the existing shelter. The shelter includes an isolation area for sick pets, an animal meet-and-greet room, an animal control office, and an outdoor exercise area. The shelter took approximately one year to build.

Furrow Auto Completes $4.5 Million Upgrade of Land Rover Dealership in Chattanooga

Furrow Auto Group, a Tennessee-based network of auto dealers, has completed a $4.5 million upgrade of its Land Rover dealership in Chattanooga. The new 32,000 square-foot addition and renovation expanded the number of service bays from six to 10, upgraded the service area with new technology to allow for easier and quicker diagnostics and repairs.


Large Mixed-Use Development Being Built in South Carolina 

A mixed-use development is going to be built in Forest Acres, S.C. Once complete, the project will feature 15,000 square-feet of commercial space and between 165,000 square-feet and 220,000 square-feet of residential space. The project’s estimated construction costs and completion timeline are both unknown.


Washington, D.C. Mixed-Use Project Passes Major Milestone by Opening Whole Foods

Mayor Muriel Bowser of Washington, D.C. has passed a major milestone towards the development of a large mixed-use development by opening its grocery component: a 45,000 square-foot Whole Foods Market. The 375,000 square-foot project, titled The Wren, will feature 431 residential units, 132 of which will be designated as deeply affordable. The total project’s estimated construction costs and completion timeline are both unknown.

Wisconsin Real Estate Developer Plans to Construct 10-Story Tower

Curt Brink, a Wisconsin-based real estate developer, has revealed plans to both construct a 10-story housing tower and refurbish a vintage building in the Near East Side of Madison, Wis. The tower would feature 75 residential units and 5,436 square-feet of ground-floor commercial space and the vintage building would be converted to house 10,600 square-feet of commercial space. Neither project’s estimated construction costs and completion timeline are known.


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