A local developer is aiming to build Goochland County’s first mixed-use project in Manakin-Sabot.
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.
One of the biggest landlords on the city’s Southside is taking another step toward positioning a grouping of its properties – including the former Siegel’s Supermarket site – for potential redevelopment.
Wilmington, N.C.-based Zimmer Development Co. unveiled plans this week for a mix of 535 apartments, and 106,000 square feet of retail and office space, on about 20 acres at the Richmond and Henrico County line.
A local development firm is looking to dig its talons into a downtown parking lot for its latest townhome project.
Already planning to roll into Henrico, a West Coast burger chain is preparing to add more heat to a Chesterfield retail center under development.
The North Carolina-based firm is known for its mixed-use projects with tenants such as Publix, Starbucks and Pottery Barn.
In a plan stamped by the city as a “priority economic development project,” the real estate arm of a local spice dynasty has something big in mind for the next phase of its Whole Foods-anchored development along West Broad Street.
After three years of planning, a former Bon Secours employee finally has realized her dream of owning her own café.
For former banker and local Sweet Frog franchisee Billy Salter, a chance encounter at a Christmas get-together proved to be an opportunity for his next business venture.
A Southern food concept is relocating from Shockoe Bottom to become the first commercial user in the 2-year-old mixed-use development.