“It’s really an option on the future of what I think is going to be the heart of midtown Richmond.”
Commercial Real Estate
Three aging office buildings in Scott’s Addition were acquired last week by a group that has plans to immediately gut and redevelop one of the properties.
As it looks to grow its Richmond headquarters, a stalwart of the local advertising scene is putting out feelers for the downtown building it’s called home for a decade.
Weeks after buying an apartment complex within a mile of its headquarters, a Henrico-based real estate investment firm looked to the Lone Star State for the latest addition to its apartment portfolio.
The original contractor of a long-delayed West End condo development may soon gain control of the project he claims he was fired from last year.
After a two-year delay, a busy local homebuilder is preparing to start construction on a 271-apartment project in Chesterfield.
Just in time for the arrival of VCU’s biggest freshman class ever, a local real estate company has added to its apartment holdings in Jackson Ward.
A coffee roaster, a tattoo artist and a team of restaurateurs are among several local businesses eyeing the long-neglected corridor, which many observers are calling Richmond’s next commercial hot spot.
Four established Richmond commercial real estate brokers have left their respective firms in recent weeks for local rivals.
Two months after it started selling cars locally, a national used-car retailer is looking to make a towering impression on the Richmond auto market. Carvana, a 3-year-old online dealership that offers shop-at-home car buying, has filed plans with Henrico County to build an 8,200-square-foot auto fulfillment center with a 6½-story glass-and-steel tower it calls the… Read more »