Work on a new batch of for-sale homes in the Fan will pick up this week, with the $3.5 million row house and condo project set to be finished by next summer.
Residential Real Estate
A Scott’s Addition startup is injecting some technology into the old standby of real estate signs, and it has already landed some big local accounts.
A development across the interstate from Short Pump Town Center is adding another batch of single-family homes on more than 25 acres.
A $1.67 million mansion, built new in the historic Windsor Farm neighborhood, was scooped up by the new head of VCU Health System’s Department of Neurosurgery.
The developers of the massive Hallsley community in Midlothian are hoping to grow the project by an additional 65 homes and have already cleared the first hurdle with the county.
The conversion of a 100-year-old Grace Street property into condos hit the brakes during the recession, but now the developers are ready to sell – a hint at a possible trend to come in the local housing market.
Some 150 properties valuing up to $12 million, mostly in Chesterfield County, are set to be sold off as a local real estate company sorts through Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
With plans for 300 to 400 homes and a community garden at the center, a local developer has a large tract of family-owned land under contract and plans for a project aimed mostly at older, active residents.
Richmond’s own TriBeCa – Triangle Below Cary – is moving into the last phase of construction, with foundations of the final nine homes rising south of VCU.
The city Planning Commission has tentatively approved a massive plan to convert a former high school campus into 300 homes.