One of the two top-floor units of a new condo development in the Libbie and Grove area has sold to a former executive of what was once one of Richmond’s best-known companies.
Residential Real Estate
Mitchell Homes is opening its first sales office outside of Virginia, in Rocky Mount, after spending four years making deals in six of North Carolina’s counties.
A Goochland County home on and off the market for over two years landed a buyer last month in the priciest residential transaction in the area in July.
The final frontier of one of Short Pump’s largest mixed-use projects is back in play, this time for residential development. Local private equity firm Markel | Eagle is looking to rezone the 12 acres it owns at the eastern edge of West Broad Village, where it hopes to build dozens of single-family homes and condos…. Read more »
A once-stalled historic rehab in Church Hill is nearing the finish line, marking an end to a years-long effort by local couple John and Benedicte Whitworth.
A global land development company based in Canada is entering the local market with a deal in Powhatan County that could result in hundreds of new homes.
A member of one of Richmond’s most prominent families is looking to unload his River Road-area home.
After two years of testing the market with clusters of homes, one of the more recent additions to the local homebuilding scene is now looking to bite off its own full-fledged residential community.
The former home of a prominent Richmond business executive went to new owners last week in a transaction that topped area home sales in June, edging out another seven-figure sale of a nearly century-old property in Windsor Farms.
After nearly a half-century in the same family ownership, a relocated 18th-century house beside a Henrico County office park is on the market for its next caretaker.