City & Guilds filed a special use permit for a four-story building with retail space on the first floor.
Two buildings previously owned by convicted tax schemer and former developer Justin French are on their way to becoming apartments.
City & Guilds owner David Gammino is the latest developer to take a crack at an apartment project in the Bottom.
An abandoned dormitory on West Grace Street is getting an apartment makeover.
State records obtained by Richmond BizSense show that developer Justin French has received an unusually large amount of tax credits for renovating historic buildings. Several contractors said that the rehab costs reported by French in his tax credit applications are close to double the typical range.
The lender on two of Justin French’s troubled properties has filed suit against the projects’ architect for allegedly misrepresenting the progress of the rehabilitations, but it’s not clear yet where the money went, as one local contractor filed liens becuase he wasn’t paid.
A former lawyer-turned-developer is getting more ambitious in the historic tax project, apartment conversion game. This time he has his sights on turning an office building in Richmond’s near West-End into 88 apartment units.
Developer David Gammino has moved onto his next apartment project—a historic property in Jackson Ward. Gammino isn’t making it easy on himself by using green building and historical preservation techniques at the same time.