It’s the latest deal for Duke Dodson’s firm, which has been increasingly active in real estate acquisition and development since getting out of the property management business last summer.
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Owner of HandCraft building in Scott’s Addition looks to similar project in Westwood area
“It’s been totally gutted right to the four walls,” said Jay Nichols. “There’s not another building built like it in Richmond. It’s solid as a rock.”
Capital Square breaks ground on latest 3-building apartment project in Scott’s Addition
Demolition work has begun at the former N. Chasen & Son complex, where a trio of connected 7-story buildings totaling 352 apartments will become one of the largest new apartment developments in the neighborhood.
Under new ownership, Blue Bee Cider set to move from Scott’s Addition to Henrico
“When I started, my job was hand-labeling bottles….Owning this business was not on my radar eight years ago,” said new Blue Bee co-owner Taylor Benson.
The Veil Brewing Co. ready to unveil new Scott’s Addition taproom
The building had once been planned for a food hall but is now home to The Veil and Nokoribi, a Japanese restaurant from the ownership group behind Longoven.
Longoven owners plotting yet another restaurant in Scott’s Addition
It’ll be the group’s fourth restaurant in the neighborhood, joining Japanese concept Nokoribi at 1509 Belleville St. and Italian restaurant Lost Letter that opened this year within Longoven’s space on Clay Street.
Owners of Y Tu Mamá, Hibachi Box opening new spot in Scott’s Addition
In the midst of expanding their fast-casual Japanese food concept to Short Pump, the Benavides brothers are taking an offshoot of their Southside Mexican spot into a new development on Roseneath Road.
Scott’s Addition development map
This map tracks new development in Scott’s Addition and the neighboring Diamond District.
Scott’s Addition in three parts: Life – well, Scott’s Addition – is a beach (Guest Commentary)
The architectural mix in Scott’s Addition is a not unpleasant mish-mash of old and new, large and small, serious and funky.
Scott’s Addition in three parts: The eclectic architecture of a former warehouse district (Guest Commentary)
After World War I, Richmond’s manufacturing and business operations crept west from downtown.