Commercial Real Estate

East Broad gets some love

Two developers are about to start rehabilitating two blighted retail buildings on East Broad Street with some financing from the City of Richmond.

Snagajob snagging new digs?

Local job-posting company Snagajob is looking to lease more office space in Innsbrook, according to sources close to the deal. The company recently raised $27 million in venture capital and plans to hire 100 employees.

Local firm sues art museum architects

Hankins & Anderson says it was shorted hundreds of thousands of dollars for work on the newly renovated Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Round Up for 2.25.11

A closed Steak & Ale restaurant on West Broad was sold, while the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society leased 3,500 square feet and The National White Collar Crime Center leased 16,000 sf. And a small law firm leased 1,000 square feet on Monument Ave.

Nothing golden about it

A Chesterfield housing development that caters to senior citizens has fallen, and it can’t get up. And now the few residents of the unfinished neighborhood are hoping a new developer comes in to help revive the stalled project and revive their dreams of a stress-free retirement.