The West End real estate investment firm bought several parcels totaling about an acre near the intersection of Broad Street and Roseneath for $3.3 million.
Residential Real Estate
A redevelopment of 1616 Summit Ave. into a mixed-use project would add four condos and restaurant space at the intersection with Norfolk Street.
A nearly century-old building would be razed to make way for a three- and four-story structure with facades that make it look like downtown rowhouses.
“We were looking for markets that had robust growth and we noticed that the Richmond market is going up,” said the managing partner of Northway Equities.
The president of the local commercial real estate firm has lived in the 7,200-square-foot brick colonial since it was built in the 1990s.
The 307-unit Livingston Apartment Flats is the latest purchase for the Henrico-based firm, which has picked up several multifamily properties using 1031 exchanges.
The hillside site has been marketed over the years for residential development, with zoning in place that could allow for over 200 units.
The redevelopment at 2300 Hermitage Road could potentially house a new corporate office for Breeden Construction.
North Carolina-based Hem + Spire bought the fully occupied, 116,000-square-foot mixed-use building at 1300 MacTavish Ave.
The addition to the massive Midlothian community would fill 157 acres along the east side of Route 288 just north of the Woolridge Road interchange.