Las Vegas may be the deal-making capital for Richmond real estate pros this week. Brokers, developers, lawyers, engineers and architects from at least 20 Richmond firms made the trip out to retail commercial real estate conference RECon, a trade show and networking event hosted annually at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Local companies Commonwealth Commercial… Read more »
With more than 700 residential units on the rise, Bill Goodwin’s massive Chesterfield development is adding office space into the mix.
A Henrico County church has big plans to add a new chapel to its campus, and the project is being funded largely by a huge donation left by a prolific local developer.
The highly anticipated men’s basketball game coming up sold out before tickets could even be offered to the public. And online resale prices are soaring as sellers take advantage of the high demand for a seat.
Billy Jefferson was handed a multimillion bill last week in addition to a 20-year sentence for a real estate tax scheme.
A Southside church property that has been at the center of multiple legal disputes was sold yesterday at a court-ordered auction for more than $2 million.
VCU buys space on West Cary Street for a little more than $1 million, and a home heating and air conditioning firm leases 25,000 square feet in Richmond.
Walmart’s rapidly expanding grocery concept will build another local store at an upcoming Chesterfield development.
The owners of a Cary Court shop are bringing a second concept to the shopping center, and the store will fill the space recently vacated by Subway.
Ten years after buying a mostly vacant stretch of Church Hill real estate, a local developer has broken ground on a $4.5 million apartment project called “The Lofty.”