An infill development underway in the Fan is set to add some modern to the 19th-century neighborhood’s housing stock.
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What do residential real estate and modern home design have in common with kayak fishing? Andrea Levine.
A Midlothian-area community known for its collection of primarily Craftsman-style homes is looking to introduce an architectural style not typically seen in metro Richmond’s outermost suburban rings.
A ballet center expansion, a restored Northside house and a redevelopment of a Shockoe Bottom warehouse building were among 10 local preservation and revitalization projects recognized this month.
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.
Two residential listings in recent weeks in southeastern Chesterfield County are pushing, and breaking, the $2 million mark.
After a sale earlier this year failed to find a suitable buyer, the owners of a long-delayed historic rehab are moving forward with the project with a new development team.
Eight local revitalization projects were recognized with Golden Hammer Awards at a ceremony last week put on by Historic Richmond and Storefront for Community Design.
A local developer with a track record in green-building projects has picked a bluff overlooking downtown for his latest residential project.
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.