Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reports the following deals: 6724 Patterson Avenue LLC purchased 6724 Patterson Ave. in Henrico County for $700,000. Amy J. Broderick and Gregg Beck represented the seller, and Bruce Bigger represented buyer. Jam One Realty LLC purchased 416 W. Broad St. in Richmond for $515,000. Annie O’Connor represented the buyer. Risk… Read more »
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 Texas-based development firm that typically builds from scratch for tenants such as Starbucks and Chipotle is back for thirds in Richmond, after rounding up two local bank branch properties last year.
Plans to relocate a state agency’s headquarters from the city to the suburbs appear to be moving forward, which could free up real estate eyed for a new baseball stadium.
One of the area’s busiest homebuilders is looking to beef up a planned Chesterfield townhome development by adding condos.
Eight years into his 16-year federal prison sentence for a multimillion-dollar historic tax credit scheme, a notorious Richmond real estate developer is getting a reprieve.
Have Site Will Travel reports the following deal: Goochland Convention Center LLC purchased 1700 Cardwell Road in Goochland County for $630,000. John Jay Schwartz completed the transaction. Harrison & Bates Inc. reports the following deals: EVR – Flat Rock LLC purchased Lot 1C, Route 60 Business Park, Section 3 on Anderson Highway in Powhatan County… Read more »
For the latest addition to its growing portfolio, a local development firm has acquired another property in one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
A longtime family-run manufacturing operation is gearing up for an expansion in south Richmond.
A West End shopping center has found its sweet spot.
The Chesterfield apartment hot streak continues into 2019, as yet another multifamily complex has been snatched up in an eight-figure deal.