A Midlothian retail strip was sold in an eleventh hour deal last week, while a nearby property that also borrowed at the height of the real estate boom is having loan troubles of its own.
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A once-stalled historic rehab in Church Hill is nearing the finish line, marking an end to a years-long effort by local couple John and Benedicte Whitworth.
A years-in-the-making apartment building planned near the foot of Libby Hill is inching closer to construction, with a new developer signed on to see the project through.
One South Commercial reports the following deal: SNP Properties LLC purchased 23 W. Broad St. in Richmond for $3.4 million. Tom Rosman and Ann Schweitzer Riley represented the seller. Lory Markham represented the buyer. Spider Property Business Trust purchased 2113 Maplewood Ave. in Richmond for $410,000. Justin Sledd represented the purchaser. Charlie Westbrook and Scott… Read more »
Developers Eric Phipps and Bryan Smith have taken a liking to a particular block downtown – and last week added another piece to their real estate collection.
Have Site Will Travel reports the following deal: JAM Productions leased 4,329 square feet at 3701 Saunders Ave. in Richmond. John Jay Schwartz represented the tenant. S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co. reports the following deal: Finish Line Die Cutting leased 11,956 square feet at 904-A Leigh St. in Richmond. Reid Cardon represented the tenant. Long &… Read more »
An Innsbrook-based real estate firm stayed local for its latest acquisition, striking a deal with one of the biggest players in the Petersburg redevelopment scene.
One South Commercial reports the following deals: BRT3 LLC purchased 316 Brook Road in Richmond for $500,000. Ann Schweitzer represented the buyer and Ryan Rilee represented the sellers. Richmond Union LLC purchased 2308 M St. in Richmond for $870,000. Katy Foucar-Szocki and Justin Sledd represented the seller. Have Site Will Travel reports the following deal:… Read more »
With a buyer lined up, the family behind one of the largest and most visible manufacturing sites on the city’s Southside has a deal in the works to rezone the property and clear a path for potential redevelopment.
Two residential listings in recent weeks in southeastern Chesterfield County are pushing, and breaking, the $2 million mark.