Archive for “real estate”
We’ve just finished a renovation and would like to invite the neighborhood to come visit this wonderful house overlooking our favorite park in the city! We’re having an open house this Sunday (June 10th) 2-4pm. Bring your future neighbors with you!
BizSense reports: Hookup LLC filed Wednesday for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, listing $1.8 million in assets, made up almost entirely of the value of its real estate at 1500 Chamberlayne Ave. This is across the street and one block up from the new student housing on Chamberlayne. There’s a lot of potential bound up in [...]
Friends of Bryan Park has scheduled a second public meeting to discuss the proposed Shirley development. Our second community meeting about the proposed subdivision is Monday (April 30th) night at 7pm. We will meet at Shelter 1. Topic: Updates since our first meeting 2 weeks ago.
Tonight (April 16th) at 7pm the Friends of Bryan Park will hold a meeting to discuss their recent conversations with Mr. Motley (the property owner and developer) and possible options as a group. If you’re interested in the impact the subdivision may have on Bryan Park, head on over to Bryan Park Shelter 1 tonight. [...]
An update from the Friends of Bryan Park on the proposed Shirley development: At a Friends of Bryan Park board meeting on March 27, Dr. Norman Merrifield, the Richmond Director of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities, stated that under no circumstance would the City allow part of the Park to be used as a construction [...]
This was sent in to me by a couple of people this weekend. A real estate developer is planning on turning several acres of the wooded area north west of Bryan Park into a development for 42 “modular” houses. The land is just over the Richmond City limits in Henrico but is adjacent to the [...]
Richmond BizSense is reporting that Diversity Thrift, which is owned by the Richmond Gay Community Foundation, will be selling its building near the Diamond. RGCF purchased the building in 2004 for $900,000 but never used all the space, said executive director Bill Harrison. “The bottom line is the building is too big,” Harrison said. “The [...]