A property sold in Carytown. A big industrial lease in Hanover County. A sizeable office deal near Innsbrook and more.
A new fitness studio takes space. Plus a religious school sells its property in Goochland to another congregation and a law firm leases 10,000 sf.
Tons of industrial leases. Plus Q BBQ expands in Henrico.
Lots of industrial deals. Plus a small building near Forest Hill Ave. changed hands, and yet another frozen yogurt shop.
Mexican restaurant Plaza Azteca paid $1.5 million for a new location while an investment group paid $1 million for an office building on Monument Ave. that has a CPA firm as a tenant. Plus lots of leases, and a historic building on E. Broad Street sold for $520,000.
A bank sold a 90,000 sf industrial space for $850,000. And a $1 million property on Monument Ave traded hands. Plus dentists are leasing new space, and a massive buffet is heading to Chesterfield.
Frozen yogurt shop Sweet Frog is adding a location in Farmville while Arrington Portfolio Advisors, Inc. leased 830 square feet at 7201 Glen Forest Drive in Henrico County.
MOFO Realty purchased a 3,100-square-foot office property on Cary Street from Walters Construction Company, Inc. for $325,000. Plus Electro Luminix bought a building and a government agency leased some new space.
The head of the JCC is leaving Richmond. Plus new hires and promotions at local advertising and investment banking firms and in real estate.
More fallout over a Mayo Island billboard the City of Richmond wants taken down. Plus a sour lawsuit between business partners at a Western Henrico candy shop. And a railroad company wants to collect $25 million in fuel surcharges it says power companies haven’t paid.