Some local real estate deals got their moment in the spotlight at the 11th Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate awards ceremony at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.
Commercial Real Estate
The clock is ticking for another Kmart store in Richmond.
A dispute over a water agreement at the area’s biggest mixed-use development has spilled over into the courts.
Restaurateurs at the edge of the Fan are using a prime piece of real estate as a temporary parking lot until its municipal owner can sell it to developers.
A local restaurant has reached an agreement with the owner of an adjacent strip of land the eatery had used for decades as part of its driveway and parking lot.
A local builder is planning a subdivision on the Southside near Chippenham Hospital.
The Rebkee Company is planning to turn the Interbake cookie factory into 178 apartments.
A shopping center with a troubled past is under new ownership.
Lingerfelt Properties has purchased another 300,000 square feet of office space. And the Richmond-based firm has more deals in the hopper.
VCU Health Systems says it picked the location because of “ease of access and surrounding amenities.”