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Bristol Development opens first phase of new multifamily community in Goochland County

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Bristol Development Group, a Nashville,Tenn.-based multifamily developer, has opened the first phase of its newest community in Goochland County.

Sixteen townhomes are open at 2000 West Creek.  A second townhomes building will open in a couple of weeks, with the first large building scheduled to open in mid- to late-April. When totally built out, the more than $50 million project will have a total of 373 apartments with 176 one-bedroom units and 197 two-bedroom units.

Located off Broad Branch Drive, the community is within walking distance of Hardywood’s new West Creek brewery, which will celebrate its grand opening in April. It's also close to the Richmond Striker’s West Creek Field Complex, Kindred Spirit Brewing, Capital One’s West Creek campus and CarMax’s headquarters. This part of Goochland County also is close to Interstate 64 and Route 288.

Amenities include wood-grain plank flooring, kitchens with stainless steel appliances, in-unit washer and dryers and balconies in select units.There's also a clubhouse with a kitchen, a fitness /yoga center, rooftop deck, climate-controlled storage units, dog park and pet spa with grooming stations, wi-fi throughout the community, bike storage areas and a game room with pool tables. Rents range from $1,000-$2,600 a month.

Bristol Development has done several other projects in Norfolk and Richmond, including The Row at Ghent in Norfolk and Bristol Village at Charter Colony in Midlothian. It’s also the developer behind the proposed Canopy at Ginter Park, a controversial project now under construction on Richmond’s North Side.

The $50 million, 301-unit complex is being built on 34 acres of undeveloped land along Brook Road that is owned Union Presbyterian Seminary. Neighboring residents have tried to stop the project, filing a lawsuit that was dismissed last summer.

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