A 300-home expansion of an existing subdivision in Henrico County has continued to get pushed back by the developer as it addresses concerns from the Planning Commission and nearby residents.
Residential Real Estate
Development projects are moving forward at Church and Pump roads in Henrico County, and the latest plans by a large local developer could add a $20 million residential community to the crossroads.
A rare type of subdivision has been floated for Goochland County – a plan that would put less than 30 homes on almost 130 acres.
Work to restore a block of North Church Hill rowhouses to their 19th-century appearance is steadily progressing – and revealing more of the legacy of one of Richmond’s notable builders.
A Virginia Beach builder that has taken on two massive residential projects in the area is finishing up a 360-unit apartment complex near Chesterfield Towne Center.
Despite a promising 2013, last year led to drops in construction and sales for several of the area’s top homebuilders. But the start of 2015 is indicating an upturn, even though the market is still far from pre-recession levels.
A local real estate agent has created a website to help walk homebuyers through the process and connect them with real estate firms.
Less than a week after hitting the market, the former governor and first lady’s home in Wyndham already has a buyer lined up.
A 1920s mansion on Monument Avenue that closed at $2.2 million capped the list of local home sales in February. And a second property on Monument also made the top five.
Disreputed former governor and first lady Bob and Maureen McDonnell have put their Glen Allen home up for sale. The home – listed at $944,000 – includes some unique features left over from the original owner.