The one-story, 24,000-square-foot building at 12021 Jefferson Davis Highway will be the health system’s fourth such facility in the Richmond market.
Commercial Real Estate
A Richmond native is back after a decade doing residential development in California and he’s investing in his hometown.
Four-story buildings within the 800-acre commercial development would continue the residential infill that started with a 236-unit apartment complex.
Bojangles’ local franchise group, Tands Inc., filed plans for the Brook Road and Laburnum Avenue locations in 2016 and 2017, respectively, and purchased the sites a year later.
The brewer needed a special-use permit for the former Richmond Association of Masonic Lodges building at 520 N. 25th St., where it will open “93 by Trapezium.”
AlterNatives Boutique at 3320 W. Cary St. bought the property for $430,000 from Jim Stevens, who paid $62,000 for it in 1983.
The 78-year-old company is wrapping up a rehab of a three-building site on the Blackwell side of Route 1, taking the main building as its office and leasing out the others.
The electric carmaker leases the 30,000-square-foot former Bassett Furniture store building on a 2-acre parcel most recently assessed by the county at $4.9 million.
Accoutre, which closed its Scott’s Addition location during the pandemic and has operated online since, plans to open its new shop in July.
A $600 million, 300,000-square-foot resort at 2001 Walmsley Blvd. was the development selected but Richmond voters will have the final say on Nov. 2.