A Hopewell hotel fetches $8.5 million and a large property trades hands at Willow Lawn in this week’s roundup.
J. Elias O'Neal
J. Elias O’Neal is a BizSense reporter covering commercial real estate, restaurants and other beats. He can be reached at [email protected] and (804) 554-6545.
Michael and Laura Dyer Hild are doubling down on the Hull Street beer scene, which they are single-handedly creating.
After a fire shuttered its original Carytown location last summer, a local restaurant is looking forward to opening spots in both Forest Hill and a former Scott’s Addition pool hall.
Its Northern Virginia owner has put the old downtown bank building-turned-apartment tower up for grabs.
A national barbecue chain has scoped out new territory in metro Richmond, with a plan to build from scratch in Chesterfield County.
Colliers International reports the following deals: FShami Properties LLC purchased 1,900 square feet at 7524 Forest Hill Ave. in Richmond for $320,000. Annie O’Connor and Martin Blum represented the buyer. HIAJW LLC purchased 2,500 square feet at 205 E. Clay St. in Richmond for $209,250. Sara Marie Williamson represented the seller. IMPREG LLC leased 45,000… Read more »
A sizable property along a rapidly changing downtown stretch of Grace Street is up for grabs and likely destined for a new purpose. The three-story, 38,000-square-foot building at 115 N. Jefferson St., at the corner of Jefferson and Grace streets, is on the market for $5 million. Ann Schweitzer Riley, a broker with One South… Read more »
More details behind a code-named industrial project in Chesterfield County are emerging. Armada Hoffler, a Hampton Roads-based real estate investment firm, said in an earnings conference call Tuesday that the 220,000-square-foot distribution center it is planning at 1608 Willis Road is being built for an undisclosed Fortune 50 company. Louis Haddad, president and CEO of the publicly… Read more »
A popular establishment is taking the second floor above its restaurant to install video games, extra dining space and another full bar.
Zac Frederick, whose work includes redevelopment projects around the city, said he’ll keep the West Grace Street building as an income-generating property.