A couple of modern-design homes also were in the mix of the priciest home sales in the region last month.
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C-ville investor buys former Honey Shop building on Grace Street for $2M
“I don’t know that there’s anything like it in Richmond, honestly,” buyer Murry Pitts said of the building’s modern-design condo. “And the rooftop is something out of New York magazine.”
Department store conversion, 3D-printed house win Golden Hammer awards
The annual awards recognizing standout real estate projects in the region were presented Thursday night by nonprofits Historic Richmond and Storefront for Community Design.
Goochland spec house sells for $2.6M in September’s top deal
The colonial-style house by local builder Rhett Starke and architect Robert Steele stands out for its copper roof and gutters.
Developer plans to build a dozen townhomes in southern Highland Park
The for-sale homes would replace a former nursing home building on the site and be priced north of $350,000 each.
The Pipeline: Commercial real estate for 2.19.21
A purchase of 19,000 square feet in Henrico for $1.8 million tops this week’s sales and 35,000 square feet in Colonial Heights was the top lease.
10 construction projects nail down Golden Hammer awards
A Northside mansion’s transformation into apartments and a shipping-container addition at a suburban shopping mall were among projects recognized this year.
Project Snapshot: Higher-priced homes taking shape in North Church Hill
The Williams Townes project is slated to bring a new high for price point for new-home construction in the neighborhood, with some units starting in the $575,000 range.
Off the Clock 2019: A year’s worth of Downtime
From tending an olive farm along the French Riviera to competing in men’s physique contests, the pursuits of Richmond’s businesspeople outside the workplace took our Downtime series to unexpected places in 2019.
Demo signals start of new modern-style townhomes in the Fan
An infill development underway in the Fan is set to add some modern to the 19th-century neighborhood’s housing stock.