With plans already in the works for two dozen apartments on the next block, a Maryland developer has something larger in store for another Hull Street plot. Shakil Siddiqui, owner of Haris Design & Construction Co., filed plans last week for an 85-unit, 108,000-square-foot building at 1114 Hull St. Siddiqui purchased the half-acre site in… Read more »
Commercial Real Estate
A Northside mansion’s transformation into apartments and a shipping-container addition at a suburban shopping mall were among projects recognized this year.
The Boiling Crab will take over the building that’s been home to The Pig & The Pearl, Republic Restaurant & Bar, and Cornerstone Cigar Bar and Restaurant.
In addition to baked goods and desserts like cakes and scones, Minglewood will also have a cafe serving plant-based meats and cheeses.
In another Shockoe deal, a development team bought 501 Oliver Hill Way for $1.29 million.
But a group of homeowners suing to stop a 1.1 million-square-foot distribution facility from being built can amend their complaint and fight on.
It will be the eatery’s fifth spot in the Richmond region, joining outposts in Short Pump, VCU and two in Midlothian.
The move will free up about 27,000 square feet across the brand’s local spaces, most of which are in Henrico County.
Hickok Cole leased a nearly 1,500-square-foot space next to the Someday home décor shop it designed.
The banking giant will building from scratch in Chesterfield and Hanover counties, and also recently bought the former Peking Pavilion building in Shockoe Slip for $1.2 million.