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Constructions wraps on 31-unit condo building at Old Trail in Crozet

Old Trail Village in western Albemarle County continues to grow.

Henrico County-based Breeden Construction completed work on a roughly 55,000-square-foot, four-story, mixed-use building in the development just south of the village of Crozet last Tuesday. The building houses 31 condominiums and a little more than 18,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space that can accommodate office, restaurant and shop tenants.

The project, designed by the locally based Mitchell Matthews Architects & Planners, was constructed on 1 acre of land on Heathercroft Circle in Old Trail Village Center, the commercial core of the larger Old Trail development.

Tenants can begin moving into the new units immediately, according to the developer.

Breeden began work on the $9.3 million project in December of 2021.

“It has been a great experience to watch the development and continued growth of this community,” Breeden President Brian Revere said in a statement announcing the project’s completion. “Our team is proud to be a part of the evolution and sustained progress of the area.”

Old Trail Village has been a hive of activity since the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors approved the development in 2005. Breeden is just one of multiple builders within the development area, which now includes shops, restaurants, a 24/7 fitness center, a golf club, a senior living facility and a mix of single-family and multifamily residences.

With downtown Charlottesville roughly 13 miles away, the area has become a popular destination for a suburban style of living; Old Trail is one of multiple developments in the Crozet area that has transformed the village into a commuter hub for Charlottesville workers.


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