June was a hot month for residential real estate in Richmond’s West End, which claimed the top three priciest area home sales — the top two in the same neighborhood.
Residential Real Estate
Two years after it opened to tenants, one of Manchester’s largest apartment buildings has new owners following the biggest multi-family deal in the city so far this year.
Eight years after opening, the shopping and entertainment center at the crossroads of Midlothian Turnpike and Route 288 is slated to receive its first set of residential rooftops.
After being on and off the Chesterfield County docket for more than a year, the long-planned and highly debated mixed-use development in Midlothian must wait yet another month to learn its fate.
A changing of the guard at two area homebuilders groups has turned out to be a case of “like father, like son.”
The most expensive home sold in the Richmond area in years is now no more than a pricy pile of rubble.
The wins are racking up for a controversial apartment project in Northside, but opponents of the development say their fight to stop it is not over.
The former VCU basketball coach, now at LSU, is selling his Maymont-area house overlooking the James River.
A Henrico-based firm has started work on its newest age-restricted community in Chesterfield County, where it also is preparing to expand another residential development.
A Virginia Beach development firm led by the family that once ran Richmond International Raceway is revving up its plans for 445 residential units and a retail area along Midlothian Turnpike.