Commercial Real Estate

One relocation, two rehabs

Fountainhead Development is getting ready to renovate buildings on two city blocks near Fifth and Stockton streets.

Grubb & Ellis declares bankruptcy

Grubb & Ellis, a national commercial real estate firm with a local affiliate, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday and announced plans to sell the firm to a large investment house.

A victim of the recession: Prompt real estate taxes

Land developers make up the biggest chunk of tax delinquent businesses in the Richmond area. But the list also includes a golf course in Henrico, a music venue downtown and a planned sports complex in Chesterfield.

Step right up and buy the fairgrounds

As the clock ticks toward a crucial March 7 deadline, the bankrupt State Fair of Virginia will soon present a deal to its lenders that might involve funds from a new investor.

1,400 acres of legal quicksand

Monument Bank filed a lawsuit last week against the out-of-town owner of the Burrus Land Tract in Chesterfield.

Monday Q&A: From broker to developer

Midlothian-based Rebkee Company completely revamped its business model, branching out from developing locations for drugstore chain CVS to placing the winning bid on some iconic buildings.