A 3-year-old local residential real estate brokerage is diving into the commercial scene and just closed its first deal – an effort led by a longtime Innsbrook-area barbershop owner.
Commercial Real Estate
The city’s most brewery-dense neighborhood just got another one. This is the third outpost for a Henrico-based brewery that will focus on small-batch beers.
The commercial piece of an East End redevelopment project is taking shape, as a first-time business owner is the latest entrant into the local yoga scene.
Email submissions to [email protected] Colliers International reports the following deals: Infinex Investments Inc. leased 1,189 square feet at 13872 Coalfield Commons Place in Chesterfield. Megan Sullivan represented the tenant. EC Vogt Co. Inc. leased 881 square feet at 7921-A W. Broad St. in Henrico. Barry Hofheimer represented the landlord. Capital Square Acquisition LLC purchased the… Read more »
In a deal that tested their theory that the Richmond multifamily market may be approaching its peak, a group of local developers has sold their newest development for $323,000 per unit.
Siblings Leslie and Lindbergh Cox always had a simple arrangement growing up: Leslie cooks the food and Lindbergh eats it.
Capping off a 13-year run, an Innsbrook-based contracting firm is joining up with a larger downtown peer.
The bulk of the “Matoaca Mega Site” once proposed in Chesterfield County is being pitched for a solar farm-data center combo, one year after local opposition put a stop to another industrial proposal for the property southwest of Chester.
As its longtime home near Scott’s Addition garners interest from developers with a price tag of $5 million, the family-run business is headed across the county line to what’s been dubbed as “Scott’s Addition 2.0.”
A bankrupt Arizona-based restaurant brand has been hit with a lawsuit from its landlord in Henrico a month after abruptly closing its lone local location in Short Pump.