A pair of local developers’ bet on an overlooked part of Church Hill is beginning to pay off.
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Recent and ongoing office openings and employee moves set into motion a segment of the Richmond economy that focuses on corporate relocations, including divisions of several locally active real estate brokerages.
A local coffee brewer is preparing its second area location in the same order it brews its coffee: Roast first, serve second.
Local brokers close out 2016 with a sizable slate of sales and leases around town, capped by the sale of a mixed-use building in Manchester and a big land grab by Dominion.
An out-of-town buyer has snatched up a slice of the Southside in a deal worth more than $2 million.
Tucked in a valley between Libby Hill Park and Chimborazo Park, near the eastern end of the sealed Church Hill Tunnel, the area known as Sugar Bottom is seeing the first new construction in decades.
A project that will fit six modern-design townhomes within a built-out city block has more room to maneuver.
A coffee roaster, a tattoo artist and a team of restaurateurs are among several local businesses eyeing the long-neglected corridor, which many observers are calling Richmond’s next commercial hot spot.
The path is clearing for a dozen new townhomes that will add homeownership options in rental-heavy Manchester.
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