Eight years into his 16-year federal prison sentence for a multimillion-dollar historic tax credit scheme, a notorious Richmond real estate developer is getting a reprieve.
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One of the fastest men to ever play in the NFL finally has outrun the fallout left by one of Richmond’s most notorious real estate developers.
After skirting the auction block several times over the past few years, the home of notorious developer Justin French was finally sold Wednesday.
The 10,000-square-foot West End former home of the convicted developer is once again on the auction block after a sale was suddenly cancelled last month.
The notorious developer’s deteriorating home in Richmond’s Hampton Gardens neighborhood has once again dodged a scheduled foreclosure auction.
The convicted developer’s grand West End home – now a massive eyesore condemned by the city – is once again scheduled for auction as its owner serves his 16-year sentence.
Louis Salomonsky has filed plans for a 42-apartment complex in Scott’s Addition and says his team is starting from scratch despite a previous development effort.
A foreclosure auction that had been scheduled Thursday for the 10,000-square-foot Georgian-style mansion was cancelled at the request of the lender.
Vacant and tangled in the weeds of the foreclosure system, Justin French’s mansion is once again headed to auction.
Tanya French and her two children moved to the Miami area as her husband’s legal and financial troubles mounted.