A townhome development taking shape in Midlothian is introducing a new product from one of the region’s more active homebuilders.
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If all goes as planned, hundreds of new apartments will take shape in the Ownby Lane-Overbrook Road neighborhood near The Diamond, as Spy Rock Real Estate Group and Louis Salomonsky’s Historic Housing move forward with new projects.
On the heels of launching an email-based system for development plans, the county has another new tool aimed in part at developers and businesses.
A vote from the city’s Planning Commission on Monday helped pave the way for one major residential project along the riverfront in Manchester, while possibly setting the stage for more mixed-use development nearby.
Just in time for Historic Preservation Month, a 19th-century plantation house in Hanover County that’s the namesake of a modern-day subdivision nearby has been put up for sale in search of its next caretaker.
Thalhimer was the seller and the land is slated for 344 apartments between two 11-story towers connected by a sky bridge.
After receiving two offers on city-owned properties once tied to the failed Navy Hill project, Richmond administrators are delaying a proposed surplus-property designation as they plan to rework it around one of those offers in particular.
An unbuilt infill apartment project that’s been years in the making near Virginia Union University is being shopped around to firms that could take the development vertical.
Enjoy these highlights and the best soundbites from this week’s BizSense Assembly episode, which focused on the state of commercial lending in the midst of coronavirus and how the loan pipeline could be affected going forward.
As development interest continues to pick up along Richmond’s bus rapid transit line, city planners are looking to keep their finger on the pulse with another round of zoning changes, this time in the area across Broad Street from the Fan.