A 15-building apartment project will be the first structure to rise on a 70-acre Short Pump plot that Atack Properties bought in 2011.
Commercial Real Estate
A transportation company is building a new headquarters for itself on Dabney Road, more than doubling its current space.
A local home builder is digging further into the local apartment market and is adding to plans for a growing Chesterfield County development.
The convicted local developer’s 400 apartments are scheduled to be sold in a massive auction next month.
Five years after the collapse of Circuit City, its former Henrico County office has landed its last needed anchor tenant.
After two thwarted attempts at foreclosure and a slog through bankruptcy court, the Richmond Christian Center is headed to the auction block.
With a long-term lease that books an entire building, development is starting at a Short Pump office complex.
A real estate management firm is using a prime piece of Fan real estate as its springboard into the development game.
A veteran apartment development group is scrapping plans for a historic tax credit rehab to move forward with a beefed-up version of its Midtown apartment project.
The recent sale of the Southside mall rang up as eight figures.