The company is tripling its space in a move from Henrico to Scott’s Addition, where it will share a home with a whiskey distillery.
Commercial Real Estate
More construction crews will soon be at work at one of Richmond’s busiest intersections as a developer tears down a gas station to make way for a new pharmacy and convenience store.
A Richmond developer wants to bulldoze a 55-year old office building in the Museum District and replace it with more apartments for his portfolio.
The power company has started work on a new 100,000-square-foot energy center in Henrico County, an upgrade from its current facility at Innsbrook.
New owners have picked up the development of a Chesterfield County community that stalled out in 2011 after less than a quarter of its lots were built up.
A suburban Henrico County community of nearly 200 apartments is on the market.
A Fan landlord is pushing farther down the Boulevard with a new Starbucks and a beer startup on the site of a demolished gas station.
A Texas real estate firm has tapped a new leasing company for 386,000 square feet of Richmond office space.
A Richmond mall that has seen its stores’ sales plummet nearly 60 percent in 10 years will be on the market by the holiday shopping season.
A long-anticipated Hanover County outlet mall is starting to take shape after its developer made an agreement with a neighboring manufacturing firm.