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“Politics is the art of the possible.” We’re reminded again of the value of practical results by this newspaper’s recent update on the unfinished Dewberry Hotel (“City faces limited options as Dewberry project progress stagnant,” online Oct. 13).

Charlottesville will enter into a 40-year lease to rent 75 spaces at the Water Street Parking Garage. The spaces would be reserved at a discou…

When John Dewberry says he needs guaranteed access to parking in order to successfully reclaim the old Land mark Hotel, he's probably right.

When John Dewberry says he needs guaranteed access to parking in order to successfully reclaim the old Landmark Hotel, he’s probably right. That’s one of the consequences of Charlottesville’s move toward increased density and big-city urbanization.

The Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review heard details Tuesday on how the developer of the Dewberry Charlottesville hotel plans to ad…

Developer John Dewberry's plans to complete the derelict Landmark Hotel on the Downtown Mall will go before the Charlottesville Board of Archi…

The Landmark Hotel is an eyesore in a special part of Charlottesville. John Dewberry purchased the building at auction, then let it sit idle t…

Standing in the rain at a protest in the center of the Downtown Mall on Monday, independent City Council candidate Paul Long said he would use…

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