Carbon Health, offering primary and urgent care as well testing services, will bring a shot to the arm of the vacant storefront in the Fresh Market-anchored Carytown Place.
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One group wants to convert the former Highland Park bank building at Six Points into a restaurant and farmers market, while the other imagines a community health resource center and pharmacy.
Another piece of Short Pump Town Center has changed hands – but this time it was dirt that was the subject of the deal.
“We’re looking at, for our next one, down Hull Street near Magnolia Green,” said owner Justin Hershey. “We’re trying to go where the people are.”
Boulevard United Methodist financed the acquisition with funds received through its 2018 sale of 321 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd., its home for nearly 100 years.
A massive project from Eagle Construction of VA would add 1,600 homes and commercial development along the north side of Interstate 64 west of Gayton Road, while two other proposals would add apartments and condos to the south.
All of the office space in the Whole Foods- and CarMax-anchored development’s initial phase has now been spoken for, with a firm that’s closely familiar with the project snapping up its last bit.
After years of leasing space for its Richmond operations a Virginia Beach-based drywall company has become its own landlord in the city.
The former Akaza Hotel property at 6531 W. Broad St. had been slated for redevelopment with two new hotels and an office building, but COVID changed plans that now call for apartments, including corporate housing units.
The dual NHL-sized rinks would be the main feature of the 100,000-square-foot sports-and-entertainment venue that would occupy the northeast corner of the site.