Residential density appears to be taking hold in the Henrico office park, as a local development group is pushing ahead with plans for a second wave of new apartments before even beginning construction on its first phase.
Those operations will be branded as Colliers International | Virginia once folded into Colliers, as expected by January 2019.
The same year that two of its neighbors sold to new owners in multimillion-dollar deals, an even larger home last owned by a noted local homebuilder and real estate agent has hit the market on one of Richmond’s priciest streets.
Another competitor is looking to cut into Richmond’s nascent axe-throwing market.
Less than a year since it opened, one of the area’s newest apartment developments has been sold to a new-to-town buyer in one of the biggest local multifamily deals in recent memory.
The transformation of the former American Tobacco Co. complex into hundreds of apartments is nearing an initial milestone.
The proposal from a group of Richmond corporate heavyweights to redevelop the Coliseum and surrounding area north of Broad Street has the support of Mayor Levar Stoney – and a local bank on the hook as a major sponsor.
A local company built on chia seeds has courted a Fortune 100 acquirer in a deal that at least one investor says helps validate the Richmond startup scene.
In a departure from its usual formula of suburban residential projects, a Henrico-based homebuilder firm is betting big on Manchester.
An out-of-town builder looking for a piece of the local 55-and-up residential market is taking some time to finetune its proposal.