A seven-figure purchase has secured the site where a national used-car retailer wants to erect one of its signature “car vending machine” towers in Richmond.
A Maryland-based real estate investment firm has entered the Richmond market with an eight-figure purchase of a Chesterfield shopping center.
A Carytown-based bakery that specializes in alcohol-infused treats has its eyes set on expansion.
The Carytown ABC store, among the busiest in the state, is planning a move down the street to join a massive new Publix-anchored retail development.
Plans for a sizable new T-Mobile call center in Eastern Henrico appear to be progressing thanks to the seven-figure sale of a vacant big box at White Oak Village.
Richmond federal court’s status as a safe haven for bankrupt national retailers is proving to be a boon once again for local attorneys.
“We have sensed that the shopping pattern in Richmond has greatly moved to the Short Pump area,” the company said. “We’re getting leaner in an area we consider underperforming.”
Left vacant last year when the pharmacy closed after 73 years, the property’s new owners are weighing their options for its future use.
An Illinois-based company that provides last-mile delivery for Amazon is closing facilities across the country, including a local outpost near Richmond Raceway.
A local mall is losing another tenant, as the trend of mass store closures by national retailers continues.