Developers enlisted a new-to-Richmond brokerage to market the property, which has been on and off the market for three years.
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A Chesapeake-based firm with a local office in Mechanicsville is moving its Richmond operations downtown into the Cokesbury building.
Richmond’s resident utility giant has chosen a name for its forthcoming downtown complex, and also is mulling the future of two other sizable properties in the city.
The makings of a massive new section of a Henrico County technology park are beginning to take shape.
Decisions on the project may determine the fate of the state agency’s site near The Diamond – and potentially the future of baseball in the city.
A renovated apartment building in the neighborhood has been purchased by an out-of-market buyer making its first foray into Richmond.
It didn’t take long for one of the last remaining developable parcels with Broad Street frontage in Short Pump to find a suitor.
With only a lawyer and two onlookers present, a 163,000-square-foot office complex near Virginia Center Commons was foreclosed on Friday at an uneventful auction.
The developer behind a planned $20 million conversion of a dormant hotel in downtown Petersburg is facing a lawsuit from a Richmond firm that says it hasn’t been fully paid for its services.
A year after it opened the region’s largest pediatric outpatient facility, VCU Health is going forward with plans for an adult version.