Richmond’s commercial real estate scene was newsy in 2012, with no fewer than 30 new apartment deals and one developer’s continued buying spree.
Commercial Real Estate
Midlothian-based Rebkee has made another big buy, snapping up a shopping center in Mechanicsville.
A Richmond company described by its chief executive as “popping at the seams” is moving forward with the massive second phase of an expansion to its downtown headquarters before even finishing the first phase.
A longtime Chesterfield developer is laying the groundwork for a mixed-use project that would include up to 400 apartments and about 200,000 square feet of retail next to the new Amazon distribution center.
A local real estate firm has scored a new headquarters in the former Fan home of a Richmond soccer club.
A developer who this year saw his plan for a large mixed-use project at Libbie and Grove avenues squashed by neighbors’ protests is now the proud owner of a gas station.
Almost 300,000 square feet of downtown Petersburg might soon be getting a makeover.
New condo projects have been scarce in the Richmond area since the economy tanked, but Scott Boyers and John George are taking the plunge.
Hungry to fill a recent vacancy, the owner and developer of Towne Center West is taking an unconventionally public route to lure in a new restaurant tenant.
Two big local real estate buyers are getting financed like its 2007.