Developer David “Poppy” Levine and Ben Edlavitch, an architecture student at UVA, teamed up for the show 16 years after Levine gave his grandson his first Lego set.
Commercial Real Estate
The effort to redevelop the old Spring Rock Green shopping center now includes plans for a grocery store, one of the project’s developers said this week.
Thalhimer Realty Partners, which is already involved in bringing a sizable pickleball facility to western Henrico, is looking to bring another racquet sports venue to the downtown waterfront.
A crowd of more than 300 got an inside glimpse last week of a former Regency department store’s ongoing transformation into a “pickleball paradise.”
A risk analysis of the deal, which last week drew added scrutiny from Gov. Glenn Youngkin, said the lease “was horribly one-sided, and certainly not what any of us would have recommended as a starting point for a complex transaction such as this.”
“It’s exciting and a little scary, but I think if you’ve got a good plan, that’s the secret,” Mike Sanford said of his biggest real estate project yet.
Virginia Beach-based The Lawson Cos. is planning a five-story, 116-unit building at the southeast corner of Hull Street and Commerce Road.
With its residential units already well underway, the commercial portion of a new mixed-use development on the Henrico-Goochland line is coming into view.
The sale allows Kinsale Capital Group to recoup much of the $77 million it paid for the Willow Lawn-area building and neighboring property nine months ago.
The site would be able to support 9 million square feet of data center space spread across about 30 buildings located in a few campuses throughout the property.