The owner of the Canal Crossing complex is looking to add residential density to the commercial property nearly two decades after she redeveloped it.
A March Madness breakdown of the business side of VCU Athletics since its bracket-busting run to the Final Four in 2011.
“Coming down here you would see that building, and even then, my father would talk about what a beautiful building it was,” said Charles Keck, who is selling the Art Deco-style building. “I don’t think he ever would have thought I would own it someday.”
While it continues to work on numerous downtown projects, VCU Health also has eyes for New Kent County.
More sprawling data centers soon may be rolling into a Henrico County technology park.
A local real estate firm is looking optimistically to the future as one of its co-founders, who had faced felony indictments related to his work as a contractor and home renovator, reached a plea deal last week that results in those charges being dismissed.
A family of local retail developers went on a nine-figure selling spree last month involving retail properties anchored by the likes of Wegmans, Kroger and Walmart.
Changes stemming from the loss of one of its biggest accounts continue to play out at the firm, as a longtime member of Richmond’s marketing scene has parted ways with the agency that absorbed his own company 15 months ago.
An out-of-town developer has secured its first site in the Richmond market, with plans to erect a $70 million apartment project.
With its path cleared by a recent City Council vote, at least one electric scooter operator is readying for its Richmond debut.