Office leases this week from Hanover to Chesterfield. Plus a local company expands into a larger space.
Commercial Real Estate
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries has bagged a new home.
As the clock ticks toward a crucial March 7 deadline, the bankrupt State Fair of Virginia will soon present a deal to its lenders that might involve funds from a new investor.
Monument Bank filed a lawsuit last week against the out-of-town owner of the Burrus Land Tract in Chesterfield.
Midlothian-based Rebkee Company completely revamped its business model, branching out from developing locations for drugstore chain CVS to placing the winning bid on some iconic buildings.
Tons of industrial leases. Plus Q BBQ expands in Henrico.
Richmond-based Franklin Development Group wants to turn an old industrial building at 3200 W. Clay St. into 131 apartments.
The parent of Philip Morris will relocate most of the employees from the WestMark One office building.
City & Guilds filed a special use permit for a four-story building with retail space on the first floor.
A local commercial real estate management firm has bought its way into the hotel management business.