With a million-dollar assist from a local Fortune 500, an area housing nonprofit said it now will be able to extend its homebuilding efforts to Richmond’s Southside – announcing those plans at the same time it is vying for a contract for dozens of properties there.
Residential Real Estate
An out-of-town buyer has come back for another bite of the Richmond market, snagging two apartment properties from a local developer.
A Hanover County farm under the same family ownership for decades is being floated for potential development, with uses including a winery on the seller’s mind.
The local high-end home sale market closed out 2018 with a deal that topped $2 million and another tied to a member of a prominent Richmond family.
A massive residential development in Chesterfield County is entering 2019 with an approval for one of its biggest projects to date.
A recently listed Chesterfield property is aiming to rein in a horse-enthusiast buyer.
A local development firm already familiar with the properties has teamed up with an Israel-based real estate investment company to snag three buildings in Shockoe Slip.
A nearly 100-acre tract in eastern Goochland County previously floated for residential development is being given another go.
With site work underway on their first residential development, the family behind a $3.5 million purchase of more than 500 acres in Powhatan County have bigger plans for the property than previously realized.
The year in high-end residential real estate saw a new listing claim – albeit temporarily – to the title of the most expensive home for sale in metro Richmond. It also saw millions of dollars’ worth of real estate change hands in transactions that made headlines throughout 2018.