Commercial Real Estate

Jefferson hit with another lawsuit

A major lender is coming after an imprisoned Fan landlord personally, claiming he lied about the profitability of one of his Manchester apartment complexes when taking out a $25 million loan for the property.

Redskins reel in real estate honors

The Washington Redskins may not have won many games last season, but the team’s Richmond practice facility scored big with local real estate fans.

Wegmans to open two stores in Richmond

Wegmans is doubling down in Richmond. The New York-based supermarket chain today announced plans to build stores in Short Pump and Midlothian,  its first in the Richmond market. Wegmans will anchor the long-delayed Stonehenge Village development near Chesterfield Towne Center and will join Cabela’s as an anchor at the forthcoming West Broad Marketplace west of… Read more »

Banking on a warming condo market

Five residential and two commercial condos on North 6th Street go up for sale next month as developers plan to unload their remaining units.

Canal power plant still looking for a jolt

In the hustle of Richmond’s tax credit-fueled redevelopment rush in recent years, old urban buildings with at least some architectural character rarely stay on the market as long as the Haxall Canal hydro plant has.