The subsidized housing complex in the 1860s-era Almshouse on Hospital Street is owned by Capital Realty Group, which recently acquired apartments near Richmond Raceway.
With its namesake founder passing the baton, Dunlap & Partners Engineers is in the midst of a transition after being acquired by California-based Salas O’Brien.
Grub LLC, owner of the nearby Trojan Grill, decided to open another concept in the former Colonial Kitchen & Market space to keep competitors away.
Prosecutors painted a picture of a scheme to commit fraud, but the defense argued the Live Well Financial founder had “good intent.”
In a different deal, a Philadelphia firm bought a VCU Health-anchored warehouse for $8 million.
The Richmond-based utility giant has decided not to build 700 Canal Place, planned for 17 stories with 900,000 square feet on the site of its former One James River Plaza building.
Developers are putting the finishing touches on the initial portion of the 171-unit complex rising on about 15 acres near Sliding Hill Road and Route 1.
The Capital Region Land Conservancy announced Thursday that it is under contract to purchase the 5.2-acre parcel at 3011 and 3021 Dock St.
Mayor Levar M. Stoney said many companies want to invest and expand in Richmond and it is a thriving place for entrepreneurs.
A 120-acre plot at 5901 Richmond Henrico Turnpike sold for $7.7 million and a vacant 223,000-square-foot warehouse at 4300 Carolina Ave. sold for $7.8 million.