Two big local real estate buyers are getting financed like its 2007.
Commercial Real Estate
The grocery giant today has launched a 123,000-square-foot Kroger Marketplace and has plans for another local store of the same size.
About 22,000 square feet of the 75,000-square-foot Virginia Center Station were foreclosed on.
The 85-year-old former Bank of Virginia building on East Grace Street is being reincarnated.
A planned 193-apartment building would occupy the old Coca-Cola bottling plant on Roseneath Road and would include a new construction component.
An Oklahoma native is investing millions in Shockoe Bottom and plans to build 40 apartments there next year.
A hotel next to two of the biggest corporate campuses in Richmond is facing foreclosure for the second time.
The local private equity fund raised more than $53 million in less than a year.
Naming your shopping center “Best Buy Station” doesn’t work out so well when the anchor tenant – Best Buy – goes dark.
Randolph-Macon College is shelling out big bucks to improve its 100-acre campus, and another major project is planned for next year.