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Foreclosure set for Tiber condo project

Foreclosure set for Tiber condo project

Michael Thompson April 13, 2016 7

Less than two weeks after purchasing the loan on a stalled high-end Libbie Avenue condo project, the property’s former contractor is quickly pushing to foreclose. The long-delayed Tiber development at Libbie and Guthrie avenues

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Tennessee firm gets green light for West Creek apartments

Tennessee firm gets green light for West Creek apartments

Jonathan Spiers April 13, 2016 4

The evolution of West Creek Business Park continues. The 3,500-acre park in eastern Goochland County is adding more apartments to the mix with last week’s approval of a conceptual master plan for the 373-unit

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With Southern Season closing, Libbie Mill loses an anchor

With Southern Season closing, Libbie Mill loses an anchor

Michael Thompson April 12, 2016 3

With home sales beginning and construction on its apartments set to commence, a massive mixed-use development is losing an anchor tenant. Southern Season announced Monday it plans to close its 53,000-square-foot gourmet foods store at

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Downtown redevelopment marks ‘Centennial’

Downtown redevelopment marks ‘Centennial’

Jonathan Spiers April 12, 2016 2

Exactly 100 years after its construction, a redeveloped downtown building is beginning a new era. The four-story building at 523 E. Main St., at the corner of Main and South Sixth streets, reopens this

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Foreclosure set for West Broad shopping center

Foreclosure set for West Broad shopping center

Michael Thompson April 12, 2016 0

A retail strip just east of Innsbrook is headed to the auction block. The Lexington Commons Shopping Center at 10156-10192 W. Broad St. is scheduled for a May 5 foreclosure auction on the steps

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Breaking news: Southern Season to close Richmond store

Breaking news: Southern Season to close Richmond store

Michael Thompson April 11, 2016 16

Southern Season, which opened a 53,000-square-foot Richmond store less than two years ago as one of the anchors of the 80-acre Libbie Mill development, will close the location as it looks to focus on

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Local apartments to get a lift from bond funding

Local apartments to get a lift from bond funding

Jonathan Spiers April 11, 2016 0

Five apartment rehab projects in the greater Richmond area are on the state’s priority list to receive tax-exempt bond financing, though only two of those are likely to be included in the next round

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Va. Beach developer bites on former DGIF headquarters

Va. Beach developer bites on former DGIF headquarters

Michael Thompson April 8, 2016 1

The three-building, 7.4-acre former West Broad Street headquarters of the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is now in the hands of an out-of-town developer. Virginia Beach-based Kotarides Developers paid $5.1 million to purchase

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Loan on stalled Libbie project changes hands

Loan on stalled Libbie project changes hands

Michael Thompson April 6, 2016 3

With construction stalled and future residents still waiting for their homes to be completed, the saga of a high-end Richmond condo project has taken yet another twist. The loan on the long-delayed Tiber development

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Tesla finds its spot on Broad Street

Tesla finds its spot on Broad Street

Michael Thompson April 4, 2016 5

While waiting for the green light from the DMV to open a dealership in Richmond, Tesla isn’t sitting idle in its hunt for local real estate. The electric carmaker, which has sparked controversy among

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