A local developer with a track record in green-building projects has picked a bluff overlooking downtown for his latest residential project.
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The saga of a long-stalled historic rehab project in Church Hill that became mired in a legal dispute between its owners appears to have come to an end.
A local couple’s move from the suburbs to the city accounted for two of the top five home sales in the Richmond area last month.
Four local revitalization projects were recognized with Golden Hammer Awards by the Better Housing Coalition at an event last week. The annual awards, which recognize contributions to thoughtful revitalization of Richmond-area neighborhoods, went to developers behind a restored 19th-century building in Church Hill, a modernist house in Jackson Ward, a preserved house in Union Hill,… Read more »
Richmond’s own TriBeCa – Triangle Below Cary – is moving into the last phase of construction, with foundations of the final nine homes rising south of VCU.
A townhome development in the city is launching its second phase of construction that will bring 15 new houses – including some affordable housing units – to the Randolph area over the next two years.
A local developer plans to build a $2.5 million row house and condo project on a small plot on Kensington Avenue atop a former nonprofit office.
A downtown law firm is named the firm of the year for the second time, the VMFA and HCA bring home awards and local companies participate in charity work.
Several local industrial spaces are sold, plus an apartment building in the Fan gets a new owner and a fitness and martial arts company moves into a Henrico County office park.
VCU buys space on West Cary Street for a little more than $1 million, and a home heating and air conditioning firm leases 25,000 square feet in Richmond.