The famous seafood restaurant, Duck In, was located on Shore Drive near the Lesner Bridge. A Virginia Beach staple, the restaurant opened in 1952 and closed its doors more than a decade ago.
If you have driven over the Lesner Bridge lately, you have probably noticed a lot of commotion and construction going on. Two residential projects are underway – luxury condominium homes (Point Chesapeake On The Bay) and upscale apartments (Overture).
Point Chesapeake on the Bay is built by The Terry Companies, LLC, a partnership between two local builders, Terry Peterson Residential and Napolitano Homes. Napolitano Homes began building new homes in 1977, and currently builds in Chesapeake, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. Terry-Peterson has been a new home builder in Hampton Roads since 1983, and is currently building in New Kent, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach. Both builders are locally based, family-oriented companies with substantial experience and success meeting the needs of Hampton Roads’ home buyers. Their shared abilities to deliver high quality homes with innovative architecture and technology will lead to great success for Point Chesapeake on the Bay.
Point Chesapeake on the Bay is a high-end waterfront condominium community of forty-eight homes, with sales beginning the end of this year. The Terry Companies has chosen to retain the original gazebo on this bay property. Hampton Roads residents and visitors alike are nostalgic about this gazebo and it is important to the builders of this community to hold onto this piece of history.
Across the street (closer to the Bridge), Overture Apartments are being constructed and will be managed by global apartment management company, Greystar. These age-targeted apartments are for adults over 62 and will debut in the Spring of 2017.
The graphic below differentiates the location of the new home community vs. the apartment community, Overture. Overture and Point Chesapeake on the Bay are excited about their neighboring communities and the future of this amazing location in Virginia Beach. Stay tuned for more information!