A $2 million land deal has cleared the way for the second phase of an under-construction development that’s slated to bring more than 200 apartments to Henrico’s Westwood area.
Residential Real Estate
A residential real estate team backed by an online brokerage has found a brick-and-mortar home in western Henrico, less than a mile from where a new player in the market is planting its own flag near Short Pump.
Auctions are continuing this week on a chunk of embattled businessman Michael Hild’s portfolio of Manchester properties.
Local developer Clark Glavé has put the finishing touches on his multimillion-dollar renovation of a 20,000-square-foot, 19th-century mansion that’s seen its fair share of global viral outbreaks.
A lot of otherwise run-of-the-mill tasks are proving to be trickier than usual in the age of coronavirus. That apparently includes closing on a mortgage.
More than 200 new apartments are being eyed at Rocketts Landing, after the riverfront neighborhood’s developer filed plans days before the coronavirus pandemic swept the nation.
A major mixed-use project across from Rocketts Landing has taken another step toward blasting off.
The second phase, which will include a $40 million apartment complex, received zoning approval in 2016, but activity at the site only started in recent months.
The six-story, 53-unit building will rise next to the existing Centennial Apartments building at the southwest corner of Main and Sixth streets.
A developer known for its “two-over-two”-style condos is continuing to add to its workload in Henrico, while a local firm’s project on the other side of the river would add hundreds of such units in the heart of Midlothian.