The group behind the redevelopment of the struggling West End mall appears to be cashing in on some of its success at the ever-evolving property.
Hild sought and received permission from the federal government to sell the properties, which include the old bank building at 1518 Hull St. and the old Lighthouse Diner building at 1228 Hull St.
The race to increase data center capacity in a Henrico County tech park appears to be escalating as a long-time tenant prepares to triple its footprint.
Snipes Properties and Spy Rock Real Estate Group are teaming on a project to satisfy the neighborhood’s growing appetite for new dining, booze and open space.
The settlement frees the real estate firm from any future liability related to the 2018 collapse of its construction subsidiary. It also helps to potentially free up more money to be paid to creditors.
A crowd of homebuilders, developers and real estate agents huddled inside a heated tent in the under-development River Mill community for Richmond BizSense’s third “Future Of” event.
Henrico supervisors endorsed a proposal Tuesday evening to authorize county staff to enter into negotiations with Rebkee, which is in talks to purchase 75 acres of the struggling mall’s land.
Henrico County’s quest for an indoor sports and convocation center appears to have lined up a developer, while the venue’s potential location remains undisclosed.
The owner of a Scott’s Addition bar-arcade has brought another entertainment venue to the neighborhood. Slingshot Social Game Club, a restaurant/bar/gaming venue, opens today at 1304 MacTavish Ave. It’s owned by Robert Lupica, a former Sweet Frog franchisee who also owns The Circuit Arcade Bar a few blocks over at 3121 W. Leigh St. Circuit… Read more »
One of the pioneers in single-family and multifamily development in Henrico County is parting ways with nearly 50 percent of its apartment holdings, consisting of nearly 1,000 units. The buyer is local.