The owners of the 7,400-square-foot mansion originally built for a member of Richmond’s Valentine family paid $877,000 for it in 1998.
Residential Real Estate
Father-and-son developers Mark and Matt Sowers paid $4.5 million for four lots that were part of the 1,300-acre Roseland development envisioned by Mark’s late brother.
Four-story buildings within the 800-acre commercial development would continue the residential infill that started with a 236-unit apartment complex.
The section of attached and detached homes is the final phase of the 256-unit development, part of a larger revitalization of the nearby Creighton Court.
Four residential buildings will replace the recently closed department store as part of the larger redevelopment of the former shopping mall in Henrico.
Planning commissioners back a proposal for 830 apartments and 360 townhomes on a 105-acre property near Clover Hill High School.
The City Council will have the final say on rezoning the Southern States silos site and a surface lot at 1801 E. Main St., as well as a special-use permit for 1005 Westover Hills Blvd.
The office park’s second-biggest landlord designated five properties for hundreds of apartments and structured parking that would replace existing parking lots over the next decade.
Douglas Development is finishing up a $1.7 million conversion of the house at 114 E. Franklin St., the easternmost of the mid-19th century rowhomes that make up the block.
Efforts to transition the decades-old complex into a so-called 55-and-up “active adult” community include upgrades and new amenities.