Three months after its local operation faced several departures, a national real estate brokerage is adding a pair of recently high-profile home rehabbers and an executive returning from NoVa.
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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.
After a decade in the trenches of City Hall, Richmond’s No. 2 city planning official is making a move to the private sector.
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.
A local husband-and-wife renovation team is picking up the pace in their effort to breathe new life into some of Richmond’s older homes and neighborhoods.
A new condominium tower planned at the end of Tobacco Row is hitting the market, even before the $10 million project has received city approval.
Contractors, CrossFit gyms, optometrists, health networks and more lease space around town, and several properties sell for more than $1 million.
The conversion of a 100-year-old Grace Street property into condos hit the brakes during the recession, but now the developers are ready to sell – a hint at a possible trend to come in the local housing market.
A private school land deal, a Mediterranean restaurant takes space in Midlothian, a liquor store lesae in Short Pump and more.