The prospective buyers of one of the region’s largest and highest-priced residential listings have wedding bells and vino in mind for the 60-acre riverside estate.
Residential Real Estate
One of the highest-profile names in national real estate and politics is making its first push into the Richmond market.
A local developer is aiming to build Goochland County’s first mixed-use project in Manakin-Sabot.
One of the biggest landlords on the city’s Southside is taking another step toward positioning a grouping of its properties – including the former Siegel’s Supermarket site – for potential redevelopment.
A family of physicians and real estate agents is banding together to sell the West End home they grew up in, considered among the first to be built in Richmond’s Windsor Farms neighborhood.
Wilmington, N.C.-based Zimmer Development Co. unveiled plans this week for a mix of 535 apartments, and 106,000 square feet of retail and office space, on about 20 acres at the Richmond and Henrico County line.
A local development firm is looking to dig its talons into a downtown parking lot for its latest townhome project.
Five years after it first hit the market, a residential listing that long held the title of the priciest in metro Richmond appears to have finally landed a buyer.
A legal fight between Henrico County and one of its biggest residential developers has made its way to the state’s highest court.
Richmond’s Monument Avenue is on a home-sale hot streak heading into the summer, edging out two other May sales that tied for second place to land the priciest area residential transaction for a second month in a row.