Commercial Real Estate

Trepidation turns to tax credits

A Richmond developer who was wary of the Petersburg market is taking the plunge with a 66-apartment historic building conversion.

A $2.3 million vote of confidence

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.”

UR caught in a web of controversy over lacrosse decision

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.

Heard but not heeded

Residents’ complaints notwithstanding, the Henrico County Planning Commission unanimously approved plans for a 90,000-square-foot Walmart at the Reynolds Crossing development.

A multifamily phoenix

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.

Retirement home expands its covenant

Covenant Woods 2012

A Mechanicsville nonprofit is set to double in size by the end of 2014, adding housing and boomer-enticing amenities.

Will Richmond run to Dunkin’?

The national doughnut chain’s new Carytown location is its first store in the city limits.