The latest out-of-town company to expand to Richmond cut the ribbon this week on its new downtown digs.
Commercial Real Estate
A Markel-led project aimed at improving public health and food availability in the neighborhood is now underway at a transforming urban crossroads.
With the fate of the nearby Diamond still up in the air, a local developer and the gas station chain are moving dirt on the eastern edge of Scott’s Addition.
A remnant of a national retailer with a shrinking local footprint has struck a deal to be snatched up by two of the most active development firms in the region.
A Northside retirement community is getting shot of youth in the form of a $5 million update to its tallest building.
A local lawyer and his wife have placed their bet on the Northside neighborhood following a recent streak of developers and commercial tenants.
More details about a proposed 2.5 million-square-foot complex in Sandston are coming to light as the code-named project seeks Henrico County approval.
With a land acquisition in the bag, the well-known local development duo is underway on a new $55 million apartment complex in Chester.
Fresh off buying its headquarters in Henrico for $20 million, Richmond’s tobacco king is looking to spread out.
A boarded-up restaurant property quickly has gone under contract and a longtime area property owner is entertaining offers on one of the neighborhood’s last developable river bluff properties.