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.
J. Elias O'Neal
Seasoned developer Steve Leibovic is the buyer for the nearly 2-acre assemblage, which for now is home to tenants such as Gusti Restaurant Equipment & Supply.
“It’s a much-needed amenity downtown,” said developer Dave McCormack, whose Petersburg-based firm is looking to turn the industrially zoned site into a festival and events park, in the spirit of Richmond’s Brown’s Island Park.
A New York-based real estate investment firm is taking a big bite out of western Henrico’s apartment market after picking up about 700 units in two purchases totaling $143 million.
Captain Don Julio, a new all-you-can-eat Tex-Mex restaurant, is stuffing itself into a former Chinese buffet.
Foraging for more urban territory, two property management firms that typically do the bulk of their local business in Richmond’s suburbs have been enlisted to fill a new mixed-use development in Manchester.
Not to be outdone by their furry friends in Henrico, canines in Chesterfield are about to get their chance at the bone-shaped swimming pool treatment.
Husband-and-wife restaurateurs Michael and Maria Oseguera are at it again on East Grace Street.
A national grocery store chain has unloaded a Chesterfield shopping center it picked up two years ago in the wake of a high-profile merger involving its parent company.
The salad-centered restaurant chain already has a location in Willow Lawn and another in the works downtown in the James Center.