The 180-year-old, 11,000-square-foot mansion at 1 W. Main St. was once was the residence of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist.
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“We’re a social center and that doesn’t work in the time of social distancing,” F.W. Sullivan’s owner Jake Crocker said. “You could charge $100 for a half-dozen wings or $20 a bud light and it won’t cover the overhead.”
Moneymaker Properties has started work on the last homes planned for Creek’s Edge at Stony Point, a gated townhome development started in the late 2000s by Steve Middleton.
Bruce Vanderbilt purchased the Stationhouse Apartments building at 207 N. 3rd St. for $1.14 million.
The nearly 180-year-old mansion at 1 W. Main St., named for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, is being marketed as a residential listing as well as a commercial opportunity, as the property’s zoning allows both by right.
A sale in a new shopping center in Chesterfield is the top sale. In Henrico, 14,000 square feet of industrial property tops the leases.
A couple involved in the nearly $10 million sale of the priciest area home to trade hands in January were back at the top of the list in February, this time on the buyer side in a month filled with million-dollar deals.
Sears sells its building at Virginia Center Commons for $2.5 million and office building in Henrico sells for $2.5 million.
A Henrico-based homebuilder known for its large projects in the suburbs has broken ground for the first time in the city of Richmond.
The interim CEO of a local Fortune 500 company purchased the Hermitage Country Club home of the former head of Elephant Auto Insurance.