[ Login ]   [ Register ]

Commercial Real Estate »

Going vertical

Going vertical

Jonathan Spiers May 11, 2016 6

Two of Richmond’s densest neighborhoods are getting more multifamily housing in one of the only spaces left: on top of existing buildings. A couple of highly visible projects are turning heads skyward with the

Read More »
Parachute Factory sold at auction – again

Parachute Factory sold at auction – again

Jonathan Spiers May 10, 2016 3

A foreclosed Manchester apartment complex with ties to two of Richmond’s most notorious developers is set to change hands for the second time in six months. The 95-unit Parachute Factory apartment complex at 300

Read More »
James Center looks ahead

James Center looks ahead

Michael Thompson May 9, 2016 0

In a market flush with available downtown office space, and after sidestepping the foreclosure auction block, the James Center is banking on new owners and a team of brokers to give it a new

Read More »
Revamped 13th Street property lures more tenants

Revamped 13th Street property lures more tenants

Michael Schwartz May 9, 2016 0

A Georgia-based consulting firm has landed in Richmond for its first outpost outside its hometown, joining a local investment banking firm as the newest tenants to signed on in a redeveloped building downtown.

Read More »
‘Sunsets at the Hof’ debuts

‘Sunsets at the Hof’ debuts

Michael Thompson May 9, 2016 0

A new event series at Scott’s Addition’s newest events space kicked off this week near the intersection of West Broad Street and North Boulevard. The recently redeveloped Hofheimer Building at 2816 W. Broad St.

Read More »
Foreclosed Henrico strip mall returns to lender

Foreclosed Henrico strip mall returns to lender

Michael Thompson May 6, 2016 0

It took a drizzly 13 minutes at the Henrico County courthouse for a West Broad Street shopping center to fall into the hands of its lender. The Lexington Commons Shopping Center at 10156-10192 W.

Read More »
Speaker series starts with focus on shell buildings

Speaker series starts with focus on shell buildings

Jonathan Spiers May 6, 2016 0

The availability, or lack thereof, of business-ready shell buildings in the metro Richmond area was the focus of the first in a new series of panel discussions to highlight economic development issues facing the

Read More »
Boston-based firm makes West End office play

Boston-based firm makes West End office play

Michael Thompson May 5, 2016 0

A portfolio of West End office buildings is under new ownership in a deal that brings a local commercial real estate brokerage in as a new tenant. Grander Capital Partners purchased the office buildings

Read More »
Another big tenant charging into Scott’s Addition

Another big tenant charging into Scott’s Addition

Michael Thompson May 4, 2016 4

With the ink still drying on a lease for a Shockoe Bottom space, a fast-growing Richmond company has signed another deal to set up shop in one of Scott’s Addition’s most recognizable buildings. Evatran,

Read More »
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.

Read More »