A subsidiary of a Richmond-based commercial brokerage that has been gobbling up properties has nabbed the old Julian’s building at Mulberry and Broad streets, and the space above the shuttered restaurant is slated for conversion to apartments.
GrowRVA, the group behind the popular South of the James Market, has teamed with a Shockoe Slip cafe to create the Urban Farmhouse Farmers Market.
A South Carolina developer plans to break ground next year on a shopping center that will likely be anchored by the first new local Martin’s store since the grocery chain entered the Richmond market almost three years ago.
Members of two local golf clubs are close to a deal to purchase a Chesterfield course from its Canadian owner and merge it with a nearby country club.
Two regional health-care organizations have opened a $25 million orthopedic and sports medicine center on Richmond’s Southside with the help of one of the area’s biggest commercial real estate developers.
At 900 local employees and counting, Allianz is a big company – just not big enough to fill up its new headquarters.
The bankrupt local developer’s stake in the company his father founded will likely go to the highest bidder, and there’s a fat finder’s fee available if the stalking horse doesn’t win.
In one of the biggest local deals of the year, an out-of-town real estate firm closed in September on the purchase of a massive shopping center in the county.
The locks were changed Monday at Cafe Diem, which has served on Sheppard Street for more than a decade.
A new Carytown store will reach beyond ham and peanuts in its promotion of Virginia-made products.