A Charlottesville property management company and real estate broker has planted its flag in the River City.
Commercial Real Estate
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.
Rocketts Landing will likely soon be the headquarters of one of the biggest law firms in town.
A Hampton Roads developer is getting ready to break ground on a 30-acre, 420-unit apartment complex in Short Pump.
After a two-year respite, Gumenick Properties is resuming construction at the Monument Square development near Willow Lawn.
Capital Automotive is expanding its business and opening a Jeep dealership.
A local bank wants to take control of a Short Pump hotel whose owner defaulted on the property’s $19 million loan.
Two Richmond restaurateurs are opening a taco restaurant on Boulevard in the former home of the infamous Triangle Book Store.
Some local real estate deals got their moment in the spotlight at the 11th Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate awards ceremony at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.