Plans for a prime piece of Scott’s Addition-area real estate have changed along with its ownership, following a pair of land deals including a neighboring bowling alley site.
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The owner of a local car-care franchise is yielding to Scott’s Addition’s real estate market before pulling into his planned location.
A months-long effort to revise city zoning to allow for more density in and around the neighborhood has received final approval from Richmond City Council.
With the fate of the nearby Diamond still up in the air, a local developer and the gas station chain are moving dirt on the eastern edge of Scott’s Addition.
The heavy equipment is humming at 939 Myers St. to make way for the neighborhood’s newest entertainment option.
One week after another building in the neighborhood was sold to make way for a AAA location, another national car care service is making a move with a $1.3 million purchase.
A 1920s-era Boulevard building that recently sold for $1.43 million will see its decades-long tradition of auto service press forward.
An historic building in the thick of the urban revival taking place along Boulevard has been snatched up by an out-of-town developer.
A local development team is lining up what it bets will be a strike for the city’s hottest neighborhood.
A year after leaving Shockoe Bottom for the Boulevard, the local production studio is rolling in its new space near The Diamond.