A Richmond developer wants to bulldoze a 55-year old office building in the Museum District and replace it with more apartments for his portfolio.
Commercial Real Estate
The power company has started work on a new 100,000-square-foot energy center in Henrico County, an upgrade from its current facility at Innsbrook.
New owners have picked up the development of a Chesterfield County community that stalled out in 2011 after less than a quarter of its lots were built up.
A suburban Henrico County community of nearly 200 apartments is on the market.
A Fan landlord is pushing farther down the Boulevard with a new Starbucks and a beer startup on the site of a demolished gas station.
A Texas real estate firm has tapped a new leasing company for 386,000 square feet of Richmond office space.
A Richmond mall that has seen its stores’ sales plummet nearly 60 percent in 10 years will be on the market by the holiday shopping season.
A long-anticipated Hanover County outlet mall is starting to take shape after its developer made an agreement with a neighboring manufacturing firm.
A national fitness company leases more than 40,000 square feet in Chesterfield and Bank of Lancaster subleases an empty Patterson Avenue branch.
In the changing downtown shopping and dining scene, the property’s broker says she’s looking for another retailer or restaurant to fill the space after a 50-year-old uniform shop moves to the West End.