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Investor files suit to shutter company, sell properties

Investor files suit to shutter company, sell properties

Burl Rolett April 7, 2014 1

An investor of a jailed developer wants the court to close a holding company and sell of millions in local real estate

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“Project Twister” looking to touch down in Chesterfield

“Project Twister” looking to touch down in Chesterfield

Burl Rolett April 4, 2014 0

Another massive, clandestinely named real estate project is being fast-tracked through Chesterfield County and would add more than 1 million square feet of industrial space near Meadowville Technology Park

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“The Gucci of Krogers”

“The Gucci of Krogers”

Burl Rolett April 2, 2014 2

Richmond’s second behemoth Kroger Marketplace store threw open its doors Tuesday at a new shopping center in Henrico County.

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$9M project adds to hotel market’s momentum

$9M project adds to hotel market’s momentum

Burl Rolett April 1, 2014 3

A local hotel developer is bringing 89 more rooms to Chesterfield County in at least the fourth hotel project currently in the planning stages in the Richmond area

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Neglected inn set to be reborn as a senior living facility

Neglected inn set to be reborn as a senior living facility

Burl Rolett March 26, 2014 0

Once a community centerpiece, Brandermill Inn and Conference Center has traveled a twisted path to new ownership

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New owner lands at airport hotel

New owner lands at airport hotel

Burl Rolett March 26, 2014 0

A Delaware-based firm has taken over a foreclosed Richmond airport hotel more than a year after local ownership moved out

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2014 to-do list: Spend $150M on commercial properties

2014 to-do list: Spend $150M on commercial properties

Burl Rolett March 25, 2014 0

In one year, a Richmond-based real estate investment group run by a long-time lawyer has spent around $100 million on all sorts of commercial properties – even trailer parks. And it hopes to spend

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Decision to relocate graveyard allows developer to move forward

Decision to relocate graveyard allows developer to move forward

Brandy Brubaker March 24, 2014 0

Slowed by the discovery of an unmarked graveyard, work can now begin again at a Glen Allen housing development

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194-unit project is out of the bottle

194-unit project is out of the bottle

Burl Rolett March 21, 2014 2

A local development firm’s $26 million plan to set the western edge of Scott’s Addition has broken ground

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Clock ticking in sale of college campus

Clock ticking in sale of college campus

Brandy Brubaker March 20, 2014 0

A deadline has been set on the sale of a defunct Central Virginia college

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