Still seeking a new grocery anchor, a Southside shopping center at the edge of the city has new owners.
Commercial Real Estate
An effort to facilitate denser development along parts of one of Henrico County’s oldest commercial corridors is getting underway with a weeklong planning session that kicks off tonight.
A Philadelphia-based real estate firm is developing a taste for Richmond parking lots.
A local gym operator has cut the ribbon on her third location in the city.
A century-old church property with a storied past soon could enter a new chapter in one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
Fresh off its purchase of a new Publix-anchored retail project in Carytown, a Florida-based shopping center developer has sold off one of its Henrico County properties for eight figures.
One of Richmond’s original coworking spaces has teamed with a local ad industry veteran for a rebrand and expansion.
Two years after buying and immediately selling an old Scott’s Addition building, a local developer has bought the same property back with a plan to use its tried-and-true formula of revamping it into modern office space.
Fresh off the successful flip of the former Circuit City headquarters in Henrico, a real estate-hungry local private-equity firm has a new eight-figure war chest to put into play. It now has raised a total of nearly $150 million in four funds since 2010.
A Maryland-based developer is weeks away from closing on a purchase and beginning his planned resurrection of a long-dormant tobacco factory on the city’s Southside.