Fresh off a $5 million acquisition last month near The Diamond, a local development firm has made another property grab in the city – this time on the edge of Scott’s Addition.
The Model Tobacco property in South Richmond is back in play for resurrection, as a Maryland-based developer has an acquisition in the works and recently purchased neighboring parcels.
After two years of testing the market with clusters of homes, one of the more recent additions to the local homebuilding scene is now looking to bite off its own full-fledged residential community.
The owners of a downtown Richmond pool hall are lining up their next shot in a nearby space left vacant for nearly 30 years.
One of Short Pump’s biggest developments soon may be under new ownership for the second time in six years.
After their former employer closed up shop in Scott’s Addition, two local fitness trainers have headed east to strike out on their own.
There’s no love lost between Virginia Tourism Authority, which owns the state’s well-known catchphrase, and a local company that’s using the slogan for “Virginia is for Gun Lovers.”
The federal government has frozen the assets of a local investment adviser, as the Securities and Exchange Commission has accused him of running a Ponzi scheme that allegedly bilked 60 investors out of nearly $5 million.
With construction of its new office tower well underway, Richmond’s resident utility giant is cueing up a potential sister structure next door.
Developers Eric Phipps and Bryan Smith have taken a liking to a particular block downtown – and last week added another piece to their real estate collection.