A hybrid development is in the works to bring hundreds of senior apartments and even more self-storage units to a stretch of Hull Street Road.
Residential Real Estate
The patriarch of a prolific area restaurant group and a former General Assembly enrolling clerk are selling their Richmond residence alongside the James River in favor of their other river home along the Rappahannock.
As construction goes vertical on a comparable project nearby, another corner along Cary Street in the Fan District appears slated for an infill residential development.
With City Council’s stamp of approval, a $32 million apartment project is now set to rise on the site of an old Northside postal warehouse.
Less than a year after selling to another local couple, a Mediterranean-style home in Windsor Farms is in the hands of new owners after a seven-figure sale that topped area residential real estate transactions in March.
Four years after the “big bike race” made the topic a point of debate in Richmond, the city is on the verge of adopting new rules that would make short-term residential rentals permissible.
Fresh off a series of acquisitions in the city and Henrico County, a local development firm is casting its investment net further south into Chesterfield County.
A cluster of new homes going up in Carver is signaling the end of a decades-long revitalization program’s impact on the neighborhood.
As city planners move forward with an initiative to revitalize and redefine a section of Richmond’s Northside, one of the neighborhood’s oldest residents is eyeing a development that would put part of that plan into action.
Just over a year since it fell into foreclosure and sold in a public auction, a West End mansion with a complicated past is set to return to the market this month with a multimillion-dollar price tag.