Wells, Coleman & Co. buys an office park on Monument Avenue, realtors secure a Cox Road office building for $8.3 million, and the Arch Village Shopping Center sells for $5 million.
For its second office, a Virginia Beach-based event design company has chosen a downtown stretch of Broad Street that’s on a hot streak for attracting new tenants.
An out-of-town buyer has staked a claim on West Broad Street with the purchase of a mixed-use property that was redeveloped several years ago.
Two siblings plan to test the neighborhood’s retail waters with a startup menswear shop.
A rundown property on West Grace Street in the heart of VCU is back in the hands of a local family of restaurateurs.
A Southside firm is set to add to its Virginia portfolio with deals in the works in Innsbrook and Chesapeake.
The pending deal brings together two companies on different ends of the mixed martial arts spectrum.
Divaris Real Estate reports the following deals: Kit & Cindy LLC bought 4,950 square feet at 4721 Market Square Lane. Cheryle Toy and Read Goode represented the buyer. The Fahrenheit Group LLC leased 6,521 square feet at 1501 Roseneath Road. Cheryle Toy and Read Goode represented the landlord. Kelso & Easter Inc. leased 2,054 square… Read more »
A local entrepreneur is moving her snow removal business to Scott’s Addition, where she is also forming plans for her next venture.
Unrealized plans to relocate to Scott’s Addition pushed a local retailer to cut a new deal for a home in Henrico.