Parkway Corp. and locally-based SNP Properties propose a 315,000-square-foot, mixed-use development with 254 apartments at 200 E. Marshall St.
Andrew Flint is planning to replace four old structures in the 2600 block of West Cary Street with a mixed-use project that will include a Hive Salon Studio.
Lynx Ventures has lured its first big office tenant, is about to prelease 215 apartments and has signed operators for the Hatch Local food hall.
Crescent Development had been planning a commercial project for the Duke’s site but pivoted to building residential.
Elon Musk’s empire is reaching Richmond’s Southside with the lease of 19,500 square feet at 300 Stockton St.
TRP says it doesn’t have immediate plans for the site, but a rezoning request would allow a mixed-use building up to 12 stories.
Harper Associates is also developing a Southside dialysis center for Fresenius Kidney Care.
After surviving a flood, owner Justin Hershey chose Richmond to find out if his concept “is truly scalable or not.”
The former tobacco factory, which has five stories and 140,000 square feet, was converted into offices in 2007.
The Planning Commission recommended that the City Council approve requests by Commonwealth Catholic Charities and Thalhimer Realty Partners.