Although the area’s housing market has improved, not all local developments are out of the woods.
Commercial Real Estate
A local packing company last week wrapped up a deal for a former automotive distribution center that’s been on the market for nearly two years.
The deal has been sealed for the two lots that will be home to downtown’s newest tower.
Fresh off an acquisition, a local property manager will become his own landlord.
A hardwood flooring giant plans to install a massive new complex in Henrico County.
The transformation of the former Cloverleaf Mall property continues.
Cole Real Estate Investments, an Arizona-based REIT that has been on a Richmond buying spree in recent months, added another 1 million square feet to its bag.
Another national retailer is teeing off at West Broad Village.
After a long slog through foreclosure, a Southside apartment development tied to an embattled local landlord has a new owner.
As it waits for its new $10 million headquarters to rise out of the ground in Ashland, a state agency has abruptly parted ways with the project’s original developer.