The bankrupt local developer’s stake in the company his father founded will likely go to the highest bidder, and there’s a fat finder’s fee available if the stalking horse doesn’t win.
Commercial Real Estate
The most colorful building in Richmond is off the market.
In one of the biggest local deals of the year, an out-of-town real estate firm closed in September on the purchase of a massive shopping center in the county.
A local university is embarking on its first student housing project since the 1960s.
One of Richmond’s biggest industrial laundry businesses wants to get bigger, and now it has the real estate to do it.
The locks were changed Monday at Cafe Diem, which has served on Sheppard Street for more than a decade.
The restored 100-year-old Manchester Post Office has found its first commercial tenant.
A large piece of an eastern Henrico housing development that caters to seniors went back to the bank Wednesday after an auction attracted no bidders.
Attendees at the VCU Real Estate Trends Conference get some mixed news about Richmond’s apartment market.
A 14-year-old Carytown wine store is shutting its doors, but its owner doesn’t want to see any tears.