Development interest in and around the Chamberlayne Avenue corridor in the city’s Northside continues to pick up, with a local developer looking to add more residential density at the avenue’s intersection with School Street.
Residential Real Estate
The New Kent County house and a portion of the plantation where U.S. President George Washington married Martha Custis are now in the hands of a group of Richmonders.
A cluster of new townhomes planned in North Church Hill is slated to continue to push up the price point for homeownership in the neighborhood.
The university’s first physical stake in the city’s East End is taking shape within a larger mixed-use development backed by prominent local businessman Steven Markel.
A Goochland County home previously tied to an owner of the Flying Squirrels now is linked to the group reviving the Colonial Downs racetrack.
A recently rezoned tract near the Lee Bridge has lured an out-of-town developer for its first project in Virginia.
Members of one of Richmond’s wealthiest families are seeking a buyer for their recently listed Windsor Farms home, said to be one of the first houses built in the tony West End neighborhood.
A group of seasoned city developers are closing in on their first project in Manchester.
Slow and steady is the name of the game for Daniil Kleyman’s latest deal in the East End neighborhood.
A local development firm is eyeing land behind Stony Point Shopping Center for its next project in Richmond.