It took only four hours, a platter of Mexican food and a couple of screaming kids for stay-at-home working moms Amy Rose Miller and Bunny Young to devise their plan. “It got a little crazy that day,” Miller said. “But in the end, I think we developed something truly special from the chaos.” From that… Read more »
Commercial Real Estate
In one of the priciest local apartment deals in recent memory, a nearly 30-year-old complex near Short Pump surpassed the $50 million mark with its sale last week to a Southside-based buyer. The 340-unit Wellesley Terrace apartments, at Lauderdale Drive and Three Chopt Road just south of Short Pump Town Center, sold July 11 for… Read more »
Four years after extending its reach north, one of Richmond’s biggest and oldest architecture firms is heading south to The Sunshine State. Shockoe Slip-based Baskervill has opened an office in downtown Orlando. It’s the company’s third office location in addition to its headquarters at 101 S. 15th St. and a satellite office in Washington, D.C…. Read more »
A local real estate investment company is back in buying mode down south, this time snagging an asset in the Lone Star State.
A Minnesota-based real estate investor has checked into the area with an eight-digit purchase on Virginia Center Parkway.
Two years after picking up the imprisoned Richmond landlord’s real estate holdings, the local development company’s efforts to turn those properties around are on full display in the Fan and Museum District.
An LLC tied to William Pyliaris last month purchased the PaperMoon Gentlemen’s Club property at 3300 Norfolk St., extending his Richmond-area club ownership tally to six.
Three years after it was converted to apartments, a 1960s-era former office building in the West End is now in the hands of a new owner.
A rising player in the local real estate market quietly has been growing his holdings in the Northside neighborhood that’s increasingly on developers’ radars.
The latest real estate deal in the neighborhood is welcoming an Innsbrook staffing company and adding a second floor to the 117-year-old building.