When it came to the business of moving dirt and raising roofs, the scene in 2012 was a mixed bag.
Commercial Real Estate
One of the biggest real estate deals of 2012 has taken two big leaps forward in the past two weeks.
Coastal Equities, a Florida-based real estate investment firm, bought Hungarybrook Shopping Center in Henrico for $5.7 million.
A developer with the keys to a long-vacant fixture on the Richmond skyline has a new plan for the building — and plenty of real estate in the area to boot.
A Northern Virginia real estate company recently purchased a shopping center in South Chesterfield.
The developer of a Manchester rehab project is searching for a Plan B – and maybe a Plan C.
Three downtown firms that together lease more than 600,000 square feet of office space are coming to the end of their leases.
As some downtown buildings are finding, if you renovate it, they will come. Eventually.
The Midlothian developer closed on a 480,000-square-foot former textile mill in Waynesboro, Va., for $1.75 million, at least its third deal in the past month.
Jerry Peters is planning 94 units in the old Seaboard Bag Company factory complex in Scott’s Addition.