“We have loved being in Cary Court Park & Shop for many years, but it has its limitations when it comes to parking,” said a company spokeswoman.
Sam McDonald and Mark Scordo had originally planned a 12-story, 188-unit tower at 512 Hull St. but got financing for five stories and 65 units due to COVID.
“They’re trying to offer more premium offerings and they came to us,” said a spokeswoman for the Richmond-based company.
Billy Fallen owns the new venture at 4 N. Thompson St. along with Ellwood’s owner Rick Hood and former Dutch & Co. co-owner Caleb Shriver.
“We pursue a lot of public-private partnerships, and we’ve learned that you need to do your homework when you’re coming into another market,” said Republic Properties’ Jordan Kramer.
The county’s vision includes more than 1,000 apartments, 300,000 square feet of office space, 125,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space, a two-rink ice hockey venue and a 215-room hotel.
The 60,000-square-foot location at 11861 W. Broad St. would be the first in the state for Texas-based Academy Sports + Outdoors.
A bike shop, an aerial dance studio and an ad firm signed leases at the seven-story apartment complex at 101 Manchester Road.
Three sibling real estate agents have purchased the West End bakery. They plan to stick to the same successful playbook crafted by founder Laurie Blakey.
Patients will still be required to secure written certification from registered health care practitioners but the law is expected to speed up access.