The purchase of 25,000 square feet in Richmond for $6.5 million was the week’s top sale and 48,500 square feet in Henrico was the top lease. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
Commercial Real Estate
The list includes a data center and office buildings, but seven of the priciest properties were apartment complexes.
The $5.1 million purchase of 2.2 acres on Monument Avenue in Richmond was the top sale and 6,679 square feet in Chesterfield was the top lease.
The purchase of a Henrico office park for $87 million was the week’s top sale and 5,711 square feet in Henrico was the week’s top lease.
Tons to retail leases all over town in this week’s edition of The Pipeline.
A Pipeline positively popping at the seams with all the latest commercial real estate purchases and leases, including a $4 million deal with the City of Richmond on the Southside.
The new year is kicking off with a ton of new leases, including a 6,000-square-foot lease in the Turning Basin building downtown.
The sandwich chain has more than 50 percent more locations in the Richmond market than its closest competition.
The high-end grocery chain has toured a property on Broad Street.
Business is flowing at Big River Advertising, which recently expanded its office space by 60 percent and landed a few new accounts.