One week after the Museum District pub went dark, two restaurant owners in the same neighborhood have signed a lease to bring it back to life.
Commercial Real Estate
Two regional health-care organizations have opened a $25 million orthopedic and sports medicine center on Richmond’s Southside with the help of one of the area’s biggest commercial real estate developers.
At 900 local employees and counting, Allianz is a big company – just not big enough to fill up its new headquarters.
The bustling center’s developer had to hold the property a little longer than expected, but a complex deal with a tangential connection to a certain presidential hopeful finally came through.
The bankrupt local developer’s stake in the company his father founded will likely go to the highest bidder, and there’s a fat finder’s fee available if the stalking horse doesn’t win.
The most colorful building in Richmond is off the market.
In one of the biggest local deals of the year, an out-of-town real estate firm closed in September on the purchase of a massive shopping center in the county.
A local university is embarking on its first student housing project since the 1960s.
One of Richmond’s biggest industrial laundry businesses wants to get bigger, and now it has the real estate to do it.
The locks were changed Monday at Cafe Diem, which has served on Sheppard Street for more than a decade.