Lynx Ventures is gearing up to break ground in June on its long awaited mixed use project at 4th and Hull Streets named The Current.
According to Richmond BizSense, the $68 million project includes two-buildings with a mix of office, retail and residential:
“The latest iteration has added size and height to the office portion of the plan compared to what Lynx announced last spring. What was envisioned as a five-story, 40,000 square-foot-office building rising near the corner of Fifth and Hull streets on the property instead will be a six-story, 70,000-square-foot structure.
A second five-story building near Fourth and Hull streets that will house 215 apartments on four levels above 10,000 square feet of ground-level commercial space remains part of the team’s plan. The Current will set aside about 20 percent of those units as income-based residences.”
It should be fascinating to see the next construction occurring on both sides of Hull Street as Thalhimer Realty Partners has already begun in earnest its City View Marketplace development.
*Rendering by Hickok Cole