Gold’s Gym plants a flag in Henrico and a group of five West Broad Street properties trades hands for $15 million 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.
A local juice and smoothie seller has picked Midlothian for its second regional outpost, while planting seeds for expansion further afield.
Vimal Patel chose Italian for his third restaurant venture in the region, following two smoothie shops, and is hunting for tacos next.
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.
A remnant of a national retailer with a shrinking local footprint has struck a deal to be snatched up by two of the most active development firms in the region.
A local lawyer and his wife have placed their bet on the Northside neighborhood following a recent streak of developers and commercial tenants.
A $4 million parcel in Chester gets nabbed by developers, Dollar Tree drops $6 million in Colonial Heights, and several retail properties change hands in Richmond.
Owner and pit master Chris McPherson has pivoted from a commissary kitchen to a full-on barbecue restaurant in Maidens.
More details about a proposed 2.5 million-square-foot complex in Sandston are coming to light as the code-named project seeks Henrico County approval.
Fresh off buying its headquarters in Henrico for $20 million, Richmond’s tobacco king is looking to spread out.