A downtown apartment and restaurant building that fell into foreclosure last summer has been snatched up by an out-of-town buyer.
Commercial Real Estate
After a decade in the trenches of City Hall, Richmond’s No. 2 city planning official is making a move to the private sector.
A retail center planned for West Creek Business Park will take two more months before it gains any traction.
Another swath of Richmond office space has been snatched up by an out-of-town buyer – its first foray into the local market.
A 1,000-home development planned near a local mall has a builder lined up for its first multifamily section.
The site of a notorious former Shockoe Bottom night club and concert venue is back on the market after a Henrico-based real estate firm scrapped its plan to relocate its headquarters there.
The first phase of the reinvention of a former Southside tobacco warehouse is set to begin.
Two years after neighbors succeeded in temporarily halting the project, a much-debated apartment development beside Stony Point Fashion Park is going vertical.
A local real estate agent is working on plans for about $9 million of mixed-use projects to take shape on triangular lots in the neighborhood.
After selling off one of its Florida assets earlier this month, the Henrico-based real estate firm put more money to work and snatched up a pair of towers in upstate South Carolina.