The project, located on the Louisa side of the Route 208 Bridge has a drainfield permit, VDOT approval, and all other approvals from the necessary state agencies. The project is currently zoned C-2 (General Commercial) and is in the area identified as the Lake Anna Growth Area in Louisa County’s Comprehensive Plan.
It has been a long road for the developers, but their diligence has finally paid off with the approved site plan and the installation of a temporary construction entrance on site.
The team has everything in place now to raise capital and secure financing for the multi-faceted resort development.
“Once built, we will finally have a place to go, a place to stay for families and a destination for tourists. Having planned activities and a safe, social environment directly on the waterfront is what Lake Anna has needed since its inception,” developer Ed Blount stated.
The developers are enthusiastic to be moving forward and with the site plan finally approved, there is a renewed interest in investors and commercial entities that want to be involved in this exciting project.