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Local developer purchases Devil’s Triangle service station, plans redevelopment into condos

A longtime auto shop in the Devil’s Triangle portion of the Museum District has been sold, with redevelopment plans in the works–but it’s business as usual for now.

Trevor Dickerson

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From Richmond BizSense:

A long-time auto shop in the Museum District’s Devil’s Triangle is now in the hands of a local developer who has a long-term plan for condos on the site.

Alan Delforn recently purchased the Carroll’s Auto Services property at 2811 Patterson Ave. for $450,000, according to city property records.

The transaction, a direct sale between Delforn and shop owner Graham Bryant, closed Aug. 18. The most recent city assessment valued the 0.5-acre site at $670,000.

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Trevor Dickerson is the Editor and Co-Founder of RVAHub.