A foreclosed Short Pump shopping center once owned by a troubled Florida developer is back in local hands.
Commercial Real Estate
A packed pipeline this week with big deals all over, including a new BBQ joint on Midlothian Tpke. and few million-dollar transactions.
One of Richmond’s oldest companies just purchased a 133,000-square-foot office building near its headquarters on West Broad Street.
A broker with Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer has picked up several listings – including the Central National Bank building downtown – for a Washington-based real estate magnate.
A local developer has big plans for a stretch of farmland north of Short Pump.
A Glen Allen parcel once destined to be a Ukrop’s grocery store is for sale, and site’s broker says it’s all wrapped up with a bow.
There’s an addition to the VCU skyline in the works.
A Charlottesville property management company and real estate broker has planted its flag in the River City.
A small Richmond neighborhood is objecting to the planned development of a vacant building.
The Turning Basin building — the former headquarters of First Market Bank — was foreclosed on last Tuesday.