Residents of an upscale riverfront condo tower are suing the building’s developer for allegedly shoddy construction.
Commercial Real Estate
A Richmond developer who was wary of the Petersburg market is taking the plunge with a 66-apartment historic building conversion.
The head of a local real estate firm is getting more and more bullish and says, “It’s starting to feel a little like it did in the early 2000s.”
Dozens of roster spots, multimillion-dollar donations and hundreds of upset fans: The numbers behind the University of Richmond’s decision to restructure its athletics offerings become more clear at a campus forum last night.
The developers have the green light from Henrico County to begin construction on 180,000 square feet of new space.
Residents’ complaints notwithstanding, the Henrico County Planning Commission unanimously approved plans for a 90,000-square-foot Walmart at the Reynolds Crossing development.
A 1960s office building that’s been vacant since it caught fire in 2011 is trying to rise from the ashes, reborn for a new purpose.
A Mechanicsville nonprofit is set to double in size by the end of 2014, adding housing and boomer-enticing amenities.
The national doughnut chain’s new Carytown location is its first store in the city limits.
A local graphic design firm is in a legal showdown with Richmond’s newest shooting range.