A Scott’s Addition-based engineering firm built on small projects is increasing its presence around the state.
Commercial Real Estate
One of the biggest landlords on the city’s Southside is taking another step toward positioning a grouping of its properties – including the former Siegel’s Supermarket site – for potential redevelopment.
While development interest picks up steam around it, a city-owned site between Rocketts Landing and Shockoe Bottom is progressing toward eventual reuse, with options including potentially selling the land for private-sector redevelopment.
The latest industrial property-turned-office space in the city’s most sought-after neighborhood has landed its first tenant.
The new gym is designed to offer CrossFit-style training for people with varying fitness levels.
Wilmington, N.C.-based Zimmer Development Co. unveiled plans this week for a mix of 535 apartments, and 106,000 square feet of retail and office space, on about 20 acres at the Richmond and Henrico County line.
Three years after pulling into the Richmond market, a national used-car retailer is looking to rev up its local presence with a 200,000-square-foot distribution facility near Chester.
With plans for three new hotels and other development aimed at capturing regional tourism dollars, the area’s largest hotel operator said it will invest $125 million in Chesterfield County in the next three to five years – nearly as much as it’s invested there since buying its first property four decades ago.
One of the city’s oldest tattoo shops has new digs right next door to where its owner once was an apprentice nearly three decades ago.
Already planning to roll into Henrico, a West Coast burger chain is preparing to add more heat to a Chesterfield retail center under development.