Houses are starting to spring up in a new residential development on land in Hanover County that had been in limbo for years.
Residential Real Estate
As proposed rules for short-term residential rentals head to Richmond City Council later this year, a clearer picture of public sentiment on the issue is being gleaned from survey results that could end up being used to reshape the regulations.
One of the largest tracts of residential real estate along western Henrico’s River Road corridor hit the market over the weekend, in what is by far the priciest suburban home listing in the area in recent memory.
A New York-based real estate investment firm is investing further in Manchester with the acquisition of another apartment building.
The nearly $3 million purchase of a 12,000-square-foot mansion overlooking the James River eclipsed all other Richmond-area home sales in July, coming in more than $1.5 million above the next-highest sale in a month that was full of million-dollar deals.
Two of the region’s earliest adopters of historic tax credit-fueled infill development scored an eight-figure price tag with the sale of several of their longtime holdings in Shockoe Valley.
A collection of new residential uses on a former Christmas tree farm in Chesterfield is beginning to take shape, with plans filed this month for more than 200 apartments.
The 300-acre Summer Lake development in the county’s Moseley area is central to a lawsuit filed last month related to a years-long dispute between former business partners.
Hundreds more homes are in the works for CenterPointe, as a Midwest-based developer that’s no stranger to Chesterfield County has submitted plans for its next apartment project in the massive Midlothian mixed-use development.
A Union Hill property named through the years as a place of happiness and hope now can add another description – housing – to its century-long history.