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Louisa’s housing boom

Posted on Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 11:23 am

A groundbreaking ceremony was held on June 4, where a new apartment complex, Waverly Place, will be built in the town of Louisa. The complex will be located between the Food Lion and the New Life Community Church on Main Street.

Denise Etheridge Lacour, president of Dencio Development in Charlottesville, has been working with the Town of Louisa Planning Commission, Louisa Industrial Development Association and the town council for the past three years and nine months on development of the complex.

“We are very excited, as we feel Louisa needs a class ‘A’ apartment complex and we think we are going to be able to offer it here,” Lacour said during the ceremony.

A. Pierce Stone, of the Louisa IDA, opened the ceremony thanking all who participated in making the complex a reality.

“It is an exciting project here that is going to be the finest apartments in this part of the world,” Stone said. “They really are going to be wonderful.”

The architect for the new complex is Raymond E. Gaines, of The Gaines Group in Charlottesville, and construction will be done by KBS Construction, based in Richmond.  KBS Executive Vice-President Dennis Lynch and Project Manager Jason McBride were present during the groundbreaking ceremony.

To read the entire story, see the June 6 edition of The Central Virginian.