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On the week of November 28, The University of Virginia Foundation began work on demolishing the former Chevron station , a property it owns at 100 Emmet Street, and the building on the adjoining site, 104 Emmet Street, which is owned by the University. Th
 

Summary: On the week of November 28, The University of Virginia Foundation began work on demolishing the former Chevron station , a property it owns
at 100 Emmet Street, and the building on the adjoining site, 104 Emmet Street, which is owned by the University. The demolition will take about 10
days, and the land will be graded and planted with grass.
A second phase of the project will improve the intersection geometry and drainage, add a dedicated bicycle lane on University Avenue, rebuild new
curbs and sidewalks, and add more shade trees in the area. The second phase will be funded jointly by the University and the City of Charlottesville.
The improvements to this important intersection demonstrate the University's commitment to enhancing our environment in partnership with the
community.
Relocated utility pole
Stone seat wall
New asphalt path
Improved vegetated swale
Improved vegetated swale
Proposed tree, typ.
Display bed
Trees to be preserved, typ.
Carr's Hill Field
Emmet Street
Day-lit & restored stream
IMPROVEMENTS AT UNIVERSITY-EMMET INTERSECTION & CARR'S HILL FIELD
1" = 40'

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences