Project Management Division  |  Courts Project
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PROJECT OVERVIEW MAJOR MILESTONES HISTORY: 2011-2018

Starting in 2019, Albemarle County and the City of Charlottesville will redevelop the Levy Building and site located at 350 Park Street. The Levy Building will be renovated for use by the County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office and a new 3-story building connected to the Levy Building will accommodate court sets for the City’s and County’s General District Courts. In total, the revitalization will provide approximately 60,730 gross square feet and we anticipate completion by 2025.

The renovations will be designed to function for a 21st century judicial system with modern design features that will enhance security will maintaining accessibility for our community.

Please use the tabs at the top of this page for more information, including major milestones, supporting documents and the history of this project. 

What's New?

February 5, 2019: Virginia House of Delegates passed HB 2239 as part of a 99-0 block vote. HB 2239 is the legislation requested by the Board in order for the County to pursue the courts project as proposed. Here is the link to the bill. The bill will move on to the Senate.

December 17, 2018: Albemarle County Board of Supervisors approves the Joint County/City Memorandum of Agreement

 


 
 
 
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Charlottesville, VA 22902
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