After reviewing the results of a $100,000 economic feasibility study, Mayor Dwight Jones still isn’t quite ready to greenlight a $318 million mixed-use project in Shockoe Bottom.
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The debate about bringing baseball back to Richmond somehow got sidetracked into a tangential spin cycle.
Q-T Realty purchased the 18,000-square-foot office/warehouse at 10520 Lakeridge Parkway in Hanover for $1.2 million. Trimble Properties purchased the 6,000-square-foot office/warehouse at 11029 Richardson Road in Hanover for $650,000.
When John M. Lewis Jr. took over as chief executive of the Greater Richmond Transit Company in 2005, he met with the board of directors to develop a strategic plan for the bus system.
Q-T Realty LLC purchased the 18,000 square foot flex building at 10520 Lakeridge Parkway in Ashland for $1.2 million from sellers Frederick and Margaret Reames. The buyer does business at Milos America, Inc, a manufacturer of aluminum trusses.
USF Holland, a major trucking company based in Holland, Mich., is shutting down its Richmond freight terminal on Belt Boulevard.
Father-son partners are the force behind Movieland cinema (Times-Dispatch) Some nice background about the developers: About five years ago, Charley and Ben Moss traveled from Atlanta to New York and stopped for an overnight rest at The Jefferson Hotel. “We were wowed by the history of this place,” said Ben Moss, who, like his father,… Read more »
Vangent, a global information management firm, leased 123,000 square feet at 701 Liberty Way in the Chesterfield, reports CB Richard Ellis. Grubb & Ellis|Harrison & Bates reports Allen Corporation of America, a Fairfax-based technology firm, leased 11,600 square feet at 16031-16035 Continental Boulevard in Chesterfield.
The debate over a ballpark in Shockoe Bottom has hit the World Wide Web. Charlie Diradour, president of Lion’s Paw Development Company, recently launched the site Baseball on the Boulevard as place for the Richmond community to discuss the many different sides of the prospect of a downtown stadium.
Movieland at Boulevard Square, Richmond’s first new theater in 30 years, is nearing completion. n the past week, two large permanent signs have been erected along Boulevard and Leigh Street. The parking lot, with more than 800 spots, has recently been paved, and lighting has been installed. Workers were busy yesterday putting finishing touches on… Read more »