Richmond-based Franklin Development Group wants to turn an old industrial building at 3200 W. Clay St. into 131 apartments.
Commercial Real Estate
The parent of Philip Morris will relocate most of the employees from the WestMark One office building.
City & Guilds filed a special use permit for a four-story building with retail space on the first floor.
A local commercial real estate management firm has bought its way into the hotel management business.
A student housing development that prompted significant community input is set to break ground.
Lots of small sales this week, including a developer who bought a riverfront parcel on Hull Street in Manchester.
A parking lot next to Shockoe Bottom’s most notorious nightclub is getting a $22 million makeover.
A local investment group that includes some longtime Richmond developers is planning a $28 million hotel project in Staunton, and the project is named after one of Virginia’s early architects.
The First National Bank building downtown and its neighbor are being converted into 154 apartments as part of a $30 million project.
An out-of-state investor hopes to turn around a distressed Mechanicsville shopping center for which he paid less than half the assessed value.