Increased demand and a banner summer of sales have prompted a local purveyor to grab a few extra scoops of industrial space in the city.
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 Chesterfield-based developer is gutting the former Calypso Café on East Franklin Street with plans to revive the building into prime restaurant space.
After nearly 20 years in the Richmond food scene, Mike Ledesma has announced plans for a new venture in the former Chinese restaurant space on West Broad Street.
A new owner wants to restore the property, which has sat empty since the jeweler closed last year after nearly 130 years in Richmond and more than 50 years on East Broad Street.
Two property sales in Hanover County approach the $1 million mark, and several big-time leases are signed in Richmond in this week’s roundup.
After a national search to fill its vacant planning director seat, the county found its man in the Lone Star State.
The group behind Inner City Blues Carolina BBQ in the East End is opening a new restaurant along the Southside neighborhood’s commercial corridor.
The restaurant’s closure adds to the neighborhood’s changing landscape as new development takes hold, and the building may be ripe for reuse.
The new phase marks the seventh expansion of the 200,000-square-foot property on the eastern edge of the neighborhood.
A West Broad Street shopping center trades hands for $4 million, Henrico County buys 5 acres, and a million-dollar deal is closed in Chesterfield.