The Short Pump land rush along West Broad Street may be reaching the end of the line, at least within the confines of Henrico County.
Commercial Real Estate
The local developer and restaurateur are teaming up yet again, this time taking a bite out of a busy stretch of East Broad Street downtown.
The downtown institution is headed to the West End after its building was swapped from one pair of brothers to another.
The council approved funding for a shopping center acquisition and extended the timeline for construction of a grocery store in the area.
An effort led by one of Richmond’s corporate heavyweights is taking aim at the aging event venue with a plan to build a new arena and potentially redevelop surrounding properties, including the long-dormant 6th Street Marketplace.
Two brothers are redeveloping a Main Street property into 3,200 square feet of commercial space and 10 apartment units.
The heavy equipment is humming at 939 Myers St. to make way for the neighborhood’s newest entertainment option.
While a long-delayed decision on a neighboring development looms, a companion apartment project is moving forward at the site of the once-named Midlothian Town Center.
The regional transit authority has secured more property in the city as it readies to roll out its rapid transit bus line.
The purchase signals a change of pace for the company, which is known for new construction in the neighborhood and renovating a portfolio of Richmond apartments.