Vacant and tangled in the weeds of the foreclosure system, Justin French’s mansion is once again headed to auction.
Developer Louis Salomonsky picks up two of Justin French’s unfinished apartment projects in Scott’s Addition at an unusually suspenseful foreclosure auction.
Bank of Hampton Roads is foreclosing on two buildings in Scott’s Addition and hoping to recover some of the $15 million it lent Justin French.
Bank of Hampton Roads has sued a Richmond developer, alleging that he and his company had a hand in defrauding the bank of more than $13 million on two of Justin French’s construction projects.
Some of Justin French’s spoils, including jewelry and more than 60 pieces of artwork, are being auctioned this week by the U.S. Marshals.
Using lessons learned from Justin French’s infamous scheme, state and federal authorities have charged a Norfolk developer with an $11 million tax credit fraud.
An 11-acre, $22.4 million student apartment project is quickly coming out of the ground off Chamberlayne Ave., north of VCU.
Tanya French and her two children moved to the Miami area as her husband’s legal and financial troubles mounted.
Lamplighter Roasting Company took over a derelict gas station in the Fan and transformed it into a neighborhood hot spot. Now the owners of the coffee shop are looking to recreate the magic.
Two buildings previously owned by convicted tax schemer and former developer Justin French are on their way to becoming apartments.