Following a series of office leases and moves since entering the Richmond market three years ago, a residential real estate brokerage with roots in the Peninsula has found a place to call home locally for the long haul.
Residential Real Estate
Encouraged by sales at one of its comparable developments a couple miles up the street, a homebuilder already juggling multiple projects in Henrico is looking to return to the county’s Route 1 corridor for its next multifamily community.
A type of residential development not often seen in Hanover County is set to rise on a site long planned for multifamily housing.
“There’s been so much growth in Manchester that it seemed like the right time to get this started,” said property owner Brent Graves. “The potential is there for an office user, potentially even a grocery store.”
A Henrico-based homebuilder known for its large projects in the suburbs has broken ground for the first time in the city of Richmond.
Two years after site work got started, a $55 million apartment project is taking shape and moving in its first residents on the former Westwood tract across from Union Presbyterian Seminary.
A developer from Hampton Roads is looking to pile on more residential density in Innsbrook.
A Goochland County mansion is a step closer to becoming the region’s newest event venue.
As it closes out one of its larger communities, a local development firm is moving forward with its next project in Chesterfield County: a mixed-use project on 200-plus acres that would add nearly 800 homes south of Brandermill.
Seven solar-powered homes are now part of the Carver neighborhood’s housing stock, six months after their foundations first saw the light of day.