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N.Y. architect dips into Jackson Ward

N.Y. architect dips into Jackson Ward

Michael Thompson May 3, 2016 0

Seeing fertile ground in the blocks near the redeveloped Central National Bank building, a recently minted Church Hill resident is kicking off his plans in Richmond with a real estate project in Jackson Ward.

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Audi dealership looking for green light in Goochland

Audi dealership looking for green light in Goochland

Michael Schwartz May 3, 2016 0

A local car dealer’s proposed 18-acre development near the Henrico/Goochland county line could get its final approval today. Larry Page, who owns Page Auto Group, is planning a 41,000-square-foot Audi dealership at 12592 Broad

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Henrico firm raising $70M, buys Midlothian retail strip

Henrico firm raising $70M, buys Midlothian retail strip

Michael Thompson May 2, 2016 0

In the midst of a big capital raise, a local real estate firm has added to its Richmond property portfolio. Hackney Real Estate Partners on April 7 purchased Midlothian Crossing Shopping Center at 8535

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1031 exchange fuels Goochland gas station deal

1031 exchange fuels Goochland gas station deal

Michael Thompson April 29, 2016 0

Low gas prices haven’t put a damper on deals for local gas stations. A Washington, D.C.-based buyer last month purchased the 3.6-acre Fas Mart gas station property at 1700 Ashland Road for $1.83 million.

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$10M self-storage facility approved for Short Pump spot

$10M self-storage facility approved for Short Pump spot

Jonathan Spiers April 28, 2016 2

A piece of land that for years has struggled to secure a commercial user – despite its location in bustling Short Pump – is finally slated for development. Three acres of a 4-acre property

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Squirrels, city, VCU spark new stadium talks

Squirrels, city, VCU spark new stadium talks

Jonathan Spiers April 27, 2016 3

The fly ball that’s resulted from the years-long debate over moving or replacing The Diamond appears to be dropping toward the Boulevard – beyond the stadium’s fence. But it’s not a home run, yet.

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Quirk pulls the curtain off bar with a view

Quirk pulls the curtain off bar with a view

Jonathan Spiers April 26, 2016 0

The two-year development of Quirk Hotel was fittingly capped off this weekend with the opening of its rooftop bar. The boutique hotel and art gallery at 201 W. Broad St. held a soft opening

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Libbie condo buyers pushing developer into bankruptcy

Libbie condo buyers pushing developer into bankruptcy

Michael Thompson April 25, 2016 1

As a developer and a disgruntled contractor jockey for control over a stalled West End condo project that had been scheduled for foreclosure tomorrow, a trio of would-be residents have looked to the bankruptcy

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Trampoline park may leap into Regency Square

Trampoline park may leap into Regency Square

Michael Thompson April 21, 2016 2

A week after local developers detailed their plans for a large air sports park in Short Pump, a competitor unveiled a Richmond expansion plan of its own. Jumpology, a national company that operates an

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Gateway Plaza takes top honors at local real estate awards

Gateway Plaza takes top honors at local real estate awards

Michael Thompson April 20, 2016 1

Richmond’s newest office tower can stand a little taller. Gateway Plaza, the 18-story building completed last year at 120 S. Ninth St. by Chicago-based developer Clayco, was named Project of the Year at the

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