As Developer Fralin Revives Townhome Project, Neighbors Eye City Council Swing Vote
R. P. Fralin Inc.’s scaled-back plan is the third time in five years it has tried to develop the land, efforts neighbors have rebuffed.
Roanoke developer Robert Fralin's company has revived a long-controversial, twice-rejected proposal to turn woodlands along Brandon Avenue into townhouses.
City leaders next month will decide whether to rezone a portion of the company-owned property to allow the construction of 29 townhomes near a convoluted southwest Roanoke intersection.
R. P. Fralin Inc.’s scaled-back plan marks the third time in five years it has tried to develop the land, efforts that neighbors have pushed back on repeatedly.