Innsbrook-based Capital Square is scaling down part of its ambitious plan in Scott’s Addition as it looks to buy in with another developer on a separate project nearby.
J. Elias O'Neal
A Canadian real estate investor has taken a bite out of the Richmond-area retail market.
The transformation of an 11-acre lot in Henrico County into Virginia’s first Mormon temple is set to begin later this year.
A Scott’s Addition property known as one of the neighborhood’s earliest adopters of historic tax credits and adaptive re-use has been sold to a Northern Virginia real estate firm.
The company’s investment arm purchased the Wesco Distribution property at 2902 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd. next to the Greyhound station. It will remain as a warehouse for now, but redevelopment isn’t being ruled out.
The ebb and flow of the local restaurant scene was on full display in 2019, as both local upstarts and new-to-market concepts made their presence known in the region.
From apartments to data centers to hotels, the region’s commercial development market experienced exceptional growth across many sectors in 2019.
Local pit master Chris Davis hit two milestones in Church Hill in recent months.
The Virginia Physicians for Women is moving its administrative headquarters, surgical center and Midlothian clinic into a new 60,000-square-foot medical office near Chesterfield Towne Center.
The biggest sale of the bunch was that of an old bank building at 1518 Hull St., which went to local developer Josh Bilder for $1.6 million. The old Lighthouse Diner building also sold.