The churn of the Richmond salon industry continues as a local chain has sold off a location to a long-tenured employee.
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A mixed-use development at the foot of Church Hill is now in the hands of a local real estate firm, while a mystery buyer scooped up a pair of offices for $6 million.
A new-to-Richmond approach to facilitating homeownership while adding to the city’s housing stock is beginning to take shape in the northern part of the neighborhood.
A busy local developer, partnered with a team of local investors, paid nearly $1 million for a site at the foot of the neighborhood on Broad Street.
One of the neighborhood’s busiest developers is nearing completion of his latest mixed-use project next to Patrick Henry Park.
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 real estate agent is working on plans for about $9 million of mixed-use projects to take shape on triangular lots in the neighborhood.
“People love Church Hill for the restaurants and the parks and the community, and we really wanted to open a space that would add to that,” said co-owner Kristy Santelli Cotter.
Ten shovel scoops of dirt signaled the start of the planned conversion of a former East End high school into mixed-income housing.
A former Carytown eatery is setting up new digs in Church Hill. Nile, an Ethiopian restaurant, plans to open in the coming days at its new 800-square-foot location at 306 N. 29th St. The restaurant formerly occupied 2907 W. Cary St. in Carytown before vacating the space at the end of 2015. Yoseph Teklemariam, an owner… Read more »