A West End house built by members of Richmond’s Valentine family has been put up for sale for the first time.
Residential Real Estate
With one new apartment project in the works on the Northside, a Hampton Roads-based multifamily development company now is claiming new territory in South Richmond.
A hybrid development is in the works to bring hundreds of senior apartments and even more self-storage units to a stretch of Hull Street Road.
The patriarch of a prolific area restaurant group and a former General Assembly enrolling clerk are selling their Richmond residence alongside the James River in favor of their other river home along the Rappahannock.
As construction goes vertical on a comparable project nearby, another corner along Cary Street in the Fan District appears slated for an infill residential development.
With City Council’s stamp of approval, a $32 million apartment project is now set to rise on the site of an old Northside postal warehouse.
Less than a year after selling to another local couple, a Mediterranean-style home in Windsor Farms is in the hands of new owners after a seven-figure sale that topped area residential real estate transactions in March.
Four years after the “big bike race” made the topic a point of debate in Richmond, the city is on the verge of adopting new rules that would make short-term residential rentals permissible.
Fresh off a series of acquisitions in the city and Henrico County, a local development firm is casting its investment net further south into Chesterfield County.
A cluster of new homes going up in Carver is signaling the end of a decades-long revitalization program’s impact on the neighborhood.