Foundations are laid and elevator shafts are vertical at the site of Shockoe Bottom’s latest apartment project.
Residential Real Estate
Stanley Martin Homes also secured approval in Henrico for a 111-home expansion of its nearly 500-home ReTreat at One development.
Moe Mathews, co-owner of Rockville-based brokerage Fresh Start Team, is embroiled in legal disputes over alleged unfinished projects and unaccounted-for funds.
The rezoning and permit requested to replace the aging retail property with 350 apartments and 12,000 square feet of commercial space are headed to the Board of Supervisors for a final vote.
Two of three top-floor condos have been completed and have price tags of $1.57 million and $2.25 million. The third is already under contract to a buyer.
The county’s agreement with developer Rebkee includes design and construction planning for the arena, which would replace a former Sears building.
Guy Blundon, Mark Purcell and Keith Woodard bought the 2.2-acre site at 700 Cowardin Ave., which had been planned for a residential project.
A 60-unit apartment building would rise at the northeast corner of East Leigh and North Second streets, replacing a parking lot across from the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site.
The Opus Group plans to erect a 168-unit apartment building with ground-floor retail space.
Barbara and Jack Clark housed tennis players 50 years ago for the inaugural Virginia Slims Invitational and, after a lifelong friendship with King, made her the executor of their estate.