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.
Commercial Real Estate
A 25-acre Southside apartment complex might soon have a new landlord.
A two-year-old Shockoe Bottom investment firm won’t have far to go when it moves to its new office this year.
A deal appears to be in the works for a major Shockoe Bottom development.
A deal is brewing for 50 apartment units in Carver.
The earth is moving once again at a long-dormant plot of land near Staples Mill Road and Libbie Avenue.
The two-phase project will total 180,000 square feet on five acres.
The developer of Winding Brook has sold off another chunk of its Ashland holdings.
A Shockoe Slip office building is the latest downtown property to get the apartment conversion treatment.
The City of Richmond wants to put some skin in the development game.