Take a Walk
Around the Village

In the evolution of the design and master plan for the Ni Village, Luck Development Partners has engaged enthusiastically in an open and collaborative public process. That process has helped shape the evolving design concepts for the community so that it can meet the needs of residents, local businesses, institutions, local government and create a village that is both contextual and sustainable.

Using the input gathered from all participating stakeholders, Luck Development Partners formulated five key principles we will use to guide the design and development of the village. These five guiding principles — Quality of Life, Recreation and Healthy Living, Nature and Environmental Stewardship, Lifelong Learning and Arts, Culture, and Hospitality — are the key to how we will inspire partners and the community.

As the development continues to grow we will share with you the details on each of these five principles and the latest news assoicated with the Ni Village.

Collaboration among college group
The Center for Sustainability and Green Technologies

A sustainable development, Ni Village will evolve around a shared educational center integrating multiple institutions focused on resource conservation, green technology development and sustainable living. The Center for Sustainability and Green Technologies will be a major […]

Salamander Loop

COMMUNITY EVENT:  LEAVE NO TRACE HIKE! Spotsylvania Greenways Inititive (SGI), a local non-profit trail building group will be celebrating America Recycles Week on November 13 from 10:00 am till Noon using the Salamander Loop of the […]

Ni River Trail Map
Opening of Ni River Trail – Salamander Loop

Since February, as many as 100 volunteers have spent 2,000 hours preparing the trail. Boy Scout Troop 165 of Spotsylvania, for instance, constructed two wooden bridges […]

Disclaimer: The material contained herein is conceptual in nature and may be revised from time to time as required for engineering purposes, as required by any governmental entity and as otherwise requested and specifically permitted at the time of final site plan or subdivision approval.