A pair of seven-figure listings at the higher end of Richmond’s residential real estate market were put up for sale last week within 48 hours of each other.
Jonathan Spiers joined BizSense in early 2015 after a decade of reporting in Wilmington, N.C. Prior to that he was with the Henrico County Leader. The Virginia Tech graduate covers residential real estate, advertising/marketing, government and other news. Reach him at [email protected] or (804) 308-2447.
Lots of Martin Agency news with new work released and an end to a 13-year account, a local brewery and distillery get branding and design assists from a Richmond agency, and more in the latest roundup.
The first in a series of new multifamily developments slated to add to a stretch of Charter Colony Parkway in Midlothian is beginning to rise.
A group of out-of-state developers with a focus on commercial and mixed-use projects is planning what it calls “Chesterfield’s new downtown” in the heart of the suburban county.
A proposed Ukrop’s food hall is up for a deciding vote, city reviews get underway for the proposed Navy Hill development, and a $29 million library opens in Henrico.
A nearly 80-year-old house facing the seventh fairway of the Country Club of Virginia’s Westhampton Course was the top residential sale in the Richmond area last month.
Following a series of office leases and moves since entering the Richmond market three years ago, a residential real estate brokerage with roots in the Peninsula has found a place to call home locally for the long haul.
Encouraged by sales at one of its comparable developments a couple miles up the street, a homebuilder already juggling multiple projects in Henrico is looking to return to the county’s Route 1 corridor for its next multifamily community.
The site of two controversial development proposals that never came to pass is now slated to be filled with solar panels and computing storage buildings.
A mixed-use development and proposed concert series face deciding votes in Goochland, City Council seats its advisory board to review the proposed Navy Hill redevelopment, and review of a proposed Carvana facility in Chesterfield drags on.