Attendees at the VCU Real Estate Trends Conference get some mixed news about Richmond’s apartment market.
Commercial Real Estate
A 14-year-old Carytown wine store is shutting its doors, but its owner doesn’t want to see any tears.
A developer’s plans for a controversial mixed-use project in the Libbie and Grove shopping district are officially dead at least for the near future.
Austin-based Chuy’s, a Tex-Mex restaurant chain known for its eclectic decor and homages to Elvis, has signed a lease at West Broad Village.
A big chunk of a local developer’s real estate holdings are headed to foreclosure.
Residents of an upscale riverfront condo tower are suing the building’s developer for allegedly shoddy construction.
A Richmond developer who was wary of the Petersburg market is taking the plunge with a 66-apartment historic building conversion.
The head of a local real estate firm is getting more and more bullish and says, “It’s starting to feel a little like it did in the early 2000s.”
Dozens of roster spots, multimillion-dollar donations and hundreds of upset fans: The numbers behind the University of Richmond’s decision to restructure its athletics offerings become more clear at a campus forum last night.
The developers have the green light from Henrico County to begin construction on 180,000 square feet of new space.