An out-of-town buyer has snatched up a slice of the Southside in a deal worth more than $2 million.
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Tucked in a valley between Libby Hill Park and Chimborazo Park, near the eastern end of the sealed Church Hill Tunnel, the area known as Sugar Bottom is seeing the first new construction in decades.
A project that will fit six modern-design townhomes within a built-out city block has more room to maneuver.
A coffee roaster, a tattoo artist and a team of restaurateurs are among several local businesses eyeing the long-neglected corridor, which many observers are calling Richmond’s next commercial hot spot.
The path is clearing for a dozen new townhomes that will add homeownership options in rental-heavy Manchester.
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Continuing their strategy of filling alleys with modern architecture, Patrick Sullivan and John White have turned their attention to an alley in Richmond’s oldest neighborhood. Two-thirds of the team behind six modern townhomes planned between two alleys near the Fan, the development duo is working with Zach Kennedy of Upward Builders on a similar project:… Read more »
In one of the first non-apartment new real estate developments to hit Manchester during the Southside neighborhood’s recent rush of construction, a local developer has townhouses on the drawing board.
Situated on one-eighth of an acre and bounded by alleyways, a plot nestled between Carytown and the Fan has been approved for six new modern-style townhomes.
Properties in Petersburg and Church Hill sell, national restaurant chains lease space, along with several healthcare providers.