A sizable chunk of Scott’s Addition real estate once stuck in legal limbo is now in the hands of new owners who are planning a $70 million mixed-use project.
The New Kent County house and a portion of the plantation where U.S. President George Washington married Martha Custis are now in the hands of a group of Richmonders.
A sprawling industrial complex on the city’s Southside once eyed for mixed-use redevelopment appears headed for industrial use after a multimillion-dollar sale.
Another local brewer is joining the party in the city’s booziest neighborhood.
A local bank’s largest shareholder has tightened his grip on the company.
A recently rezoned tract near the Lee Bridge has lured an out-of-town developer for its first project in Virginia.
Picking up where a taco shop chain deal fell through, one of Richmond’s fastest-growing restaurant groups is grabbing another helping in Short Pump.
A group of seasoned city developers are closing in on their first project in Manchester.
Slow and steady is the name of the game for Daniil Kleyman’s latest deal in the East End neighborhood.
After working for other owners for years, three local butchers have put some skin in the game and purchased their own shop on the Southside.