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First project breaks ground on Atack site

First project breaks ground on Atack site

Burl Rolett November 10, 2014 2

A 15-building apartment project will be the first structure to rise on a 70-acre Short Pump plot that Atack Properties bought in 2011.

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Taxi company doubles space for its fleet

Taxi company doubles space for its fleet

Burl Rolett November 9, 2014 0

A transportation company is building a new headquarters for itself on Dabney Road, more than doubling its current space.

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Builder lays groundwork for $30M apartments

Builder lays groundwork for $30M apartments

Katie Demeria November 9, 2014 5

A local home builder is digging further into the local apartment market and is adding to plans for a growing Chesterfield County development

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Jefferson’s $31M apartment empire set for auction

Jefferson’s $31M apartment empire set for auction

Burl Rolett November 6, 2014 2

The convicted local developer's 400 apartments are scheduled to be sold in a massive auction next month.

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New tenant maxes out old Circuit City HQ

New tenant maxes out old Circuit City HQ

Burl Rolett November 6, 2014 0

Five years after the collapse of Circuit City, its former Henrico County office has landed its last needed anchor tenant.

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Richmond church properties destined for auction

Richmond church properties destined for auction

Burl Rolett November 6, 2014 0

After two thwarted attempts at foreclosure and a slog through bankruptcy court, the Richmond Christian Center is headed to the auction block

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Huge VCU lease launches construction at Short Pump

Huge VCU lease launches construction at Short Pump

Burl Rolett November 6, 2014 0

With a long-term lease that books an entire building, development is starting at a Short Pump office complex.

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Property manager dives into development

Property manager dives into development

Burl Rolett November 5, 2014 0

A real estate management firm is using a prime piece of Fan real estate as its springboard into the development game

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Without tax credits, developer redraws warehouse plans

Without tax credits, developer redraws warehouse plans

Burl Rolett November 4, 2014 2

A veteran apartment development group is scrapping plans for a historic tax credit rehab to move forward with a beefed-up version of its Midtown apartment project

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Stony Point mall sale price tops $70M

Stony Point mall sale price tops $70M

Michael Schwartz November 3, 2014 0

The recent sale of the Southside mall rang up as eight figures

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