A California-based shopping center REIT has taken out a $110 million loan using Chesterfield Towne Center as collateral.
A Hanover firm that makes some pretty small parts is getting a big upgrade in square footage.
The Chesterfield County Airport is in the planning stages of $14 million, multiphase expansion that depends in part on being able to lengthen one runway.
The local private equity fund raised more than $53 million in less than a year.
Naming your shopping center “Best Buy Station” doesn’t work out so well when the anchor tenant – Best Buy – goes dark.
The city council voted 7-2 Monday night to approve the general framework of a deal to bring the Washington Redskins training camp to Richmond with significant financial investment by Bon Secours.
Richmond needed a big-money sponsor to bring an NFL training camp to town, and one of the area’s largest health-care organizations had its eye on a piece of city-owned property. Those interests aligned in a deal that some are hailing as savvy economic development and others are deriding as opaque at best.
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.