The section of attached and detached homes is the final phase of the 256-unit development, part of a larger revitalization of the nearby Creighton Court.
Residential Real Estate
Four residential buildings will replace the recently closed department store as part of the larger redevelopment of the former shopping mall in Henrico.
Planning commissioners back a proposal for 830 apartments and 360 townhomes on a 105-acre property near Clover Hill High School.
The City Council will have the final say on rezoning the Southern States silos site and a surface lot at 1801 E. Main St., as well as a special-use permit for 1005 Westover Hills Blvd.
The office park’s second-biggest landlord designated five properties for hundreds of apartments and structured parking that would replace existing parking lots over the next decade.
Douglas Development is finishing up a $1.7 million conversion of the house at 114 E. Franklin St., the easternmost of the mid-19th century rowhomes that make up the block.
Efforts to transition the decades-old complex into a so-called 55-and-up “active adult” community include upgrades and new amenities.
The Richmond-based missionary group is seeking a permit for two five-story buildings that would fill a surface parking lot and replace an office building.
Capital Square’s sale of the Maple Springs Apartments was its latest involving the tax-deferrable investment property swaps, which would be cut under the proposed American Families Act.
The local developer wants to build a mixed-use development with 145 apartments on the half-acre site, some of which could be designated as short-term rental units.