The potential sale of part of a former Goochland golf course is coming down to the wire, albeit two weeks later than planned.
Commercial Real Estate
Manchester apartment complex sold for nearly $15M
Marking a bright spot amid a recent slowdown for local apartment sales, The Mill at Manchester sold earlier this month around $211,000 per door.
Finger-pointing, default notices preceded VCU Health’s costly project exit
The doomed downtown development that has ended up costing VCU Health at least $80 million to exit appears to have been ill-fated nearly from the start, documents show.
New land-use plan in the works for area around Chippenham and Iron Bridge interchange
Following similar efforts in the areas around Rockwood Park and the former Southside Speedway, Chesterfield County is working on new guidelines for the future transformation of a swath of property around the Chippenham Parkway and Iron Bridge Road interchange.
Chabad of Virginia becomes its own landlord at VCU center
The nonprofit recently purchased 1003 Grove Ave. for $1.3 million. It has occupied the 172-year-old house just over a year, operating its Jewish Life at VCU center there.
Owner of HandCraft building in Scott’s Addition looks to similar project in Westwood area
“It’s been totally gutted right to the four walls,” said Jay Nichols. “There’s not another building built like it in Richmond. It’s solid as a rock.”
Dormant TForce campus gets rezoning nod from planning commission
TForce is seeking to rezone 5.5 acres of the property spanning three entire blocks to TOD-1 Transit-Oriented Nodal District to allow for up to 12 stories in height and a mix of uses.
Medical office buildings, commercial space included in HCA’s Hanover hospital plan
HCA eyes an 80,000-square-foot medical office building and “an outparcel with commercial or civic uses,” in addition to its proposed $233 million, 60-bed hospital on Sliding Hill Road near Ashland. It also has set aside for an additional 90 beds in the future.
Two Manchester sites totaling 3 acres up for rezoning with residential in mind
The southeastern part of Manchester continues to gather steam, as two more sites in that part of the neighborhood are being teed up for redevelopment with a TOD-1 designation.
Capital Square breaks ground on latest 3-building apartment project in Scott’s Addition
Demolition work has begun at the former N. Chasen & Son complex, where a trio of connected 7-story buildings totaling 352 apartments will become one of the largest new apartment developments in the neighborhood.