A vision for the former Central Virginia Training Center property has been released.  Until recently, CVTC housed residents with mental and physical disabilities.  A master redevelopment plan calls for transforming the 350 acres of land along the James River into a mixture of industrial space, commercial retail, and neighborhood services.   Megan Lucas with the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance says the plan also incorporates the site’s history: 

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Amherst County supervisors have approved the plan for future developers to use as a guideline.    

 

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She says developers have already expressed interest in the site.