In a different deal, a Philadelphia firm bought a VCU Health-anchored warehouse for $8 million.
The Capital Region Land Conservancy announced Thursday that it is under contract to purchase the 5.2-acre parcel at 3011 and 3021 Dock St.
A 120-acre plot at 5901 Richmond Henrico Turnpike sold for $7.7 million and a vacant 223,000-square-foot warehouse at 4300 Carolina Ave. sold for $7.8 million.
Pasta concept Oro will join Buttermilk + Honey, Fat Kid Sandwiches and Sincero in The Current in Manchester.
Pinky’s, a Mediterranean eatery, is expected to open at 3031 Norfolk St. in Scott’s Addition on July 1.
The owners of the furniture store in Shockoe Slip said they received several offers for the 112,000-square-foot assemblage.
“It’s going to be a more upgraded version of my spot downtown that still looks like it’s from the 1980s in Brooklyn,” said the owner of Jo Jo’s Famous Pizza.
The university bought the 0.15-acre parcel for $183,000 but James River Distillery will lease the space and keep operating for at least two years.
Out-of-town buyers snap up the office and condo tower at 1001 Haxall Point and the building at Libbie Mill Midtown at 4901 Bakers Mill Lane.
The local developer is constructing a pair of three-story, mixed-use buildings that would add 122 residential units at 3800 Government Road.