The run on new apartment development in the established Henrico office park continues to gain traction.
Residential Real Estate
The ceremonial crane hoisting of a vintage Airstream trailer marked a milestone this week in construction of one of the new additions to the Shockoe Bottom apartment market.
A year after the project changed hands between developers, a long-planned apartment building near the foot of Libby Hill is beginning construction following a redesign to add more units.
Zimmer Development now expects to close on the purchase of 20 acres near Rocketts Landing by the end of the year and begin construction of the massive mixed-use project in the first quarter.
Another chunk of what is becoming one of the fastest-growing intersections in South Richmond has been snatched up by an out-of-town developer.
From their riverfront condos in Rocketts Landing, Ken Aspinall and Grant Grayson have had a front-row view of nothing happening with a roughly quarter-acre tract in the heart of the massive mixed-use development.
One of the Richmond area’s longest-running annual home showcases is underway this month, with a few new names among this year’s list of builders displaying the latest design styles and trends.
The mixed-use conversion of Regency Square mall continues to move forward, with plans submitted for the redevelopment’s first residential component.
A pair of seven-figure listings at the higher end of Richmond’s residential real estate market were put up for sale last week within 48 hours of each other.
Henrico reports more townhomes, and a tennis club gets an update. Chesterfield continues to work on its new schools and reports more townhouses. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.