Four residential buildings will replace the recently closed department store as part of the larger redevelopment of the former shopping mall in Henrico.
Residential Real Estate
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.
The month was the first this year without a residential real estate deal at or above $2 million, and was led by a local couple’s $1.76 million transaction.