Two similar-sized homes on opposite ends of metro Richmond were listed for sale in recent weeks with nearly identical multimillion-dollar asking prices.
Husband-and-wife restaurateurs Michael and Maria Oseguera are at it again on East Grace Street.
A local IT firm is relocating its headquarters from Innsbrook to the Whole Foods-anchored development in the city, in part to be closer to one of its major clients that’s also moving in next door.
As he awaits trial on criminal fraud charges tied to an alleged bond scheme, local mortgage executive and real estate developer Michael Hild has one less legal issue to deal with for the time being.
A national grocery store chain has unloaded a Chesterfield shopping center it picked up two years ago in the wake of a high-profile merger involving its parent company.
The salad-centered restaurant chain already has a location in Willow Lawn and another in the works downtown in the James Center.
With the recent sale of some of his real estate holdings, an area landlord appears to be making good on the terms of a settlement agreement in his ongoing personal bankruptcy case.
A year after buying his own home in the neighborhood, a local auctioneer worked a seven-figure deal a few doors away – this one topping area home sales for November.
O’My Dairy Free Gelato was founded in Richmond by food industry veterans from Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods and General Mills. The company is amid a $745,000 capital raise.
In the midst of rehabbing nearly 700 units, the owner of an apartment portfolio along a stretch of Chamberlayne Avenue is testing the market a year after picking up the properties in a court-ordered sale.