Richmond BizSense recently profiled Fulton Hill Properties breaking ground on a nearly $40 million mixed-use development project called Artisan Hill, noting it worked with JB Levy & Co. to secure financing through the Virginia Housing Development Authority.
BY ANDREW LITTLE, Special correspondent – October 15, 2017
After taking a short breather earlier in the year, commercial real estate markets are singing the “Movin’ On Up” theme song from the hit ’70s television show “The Jeffersons.”
BY ANDREW LITTLE, Special correspondent – September 17, 2017
The caution flags are out and deal activity is down, but the threats to commercial real estate are hard to enumerate, according to a panel of experts who fielded questions at a commercial real estate investors conference last week.
BY ANDREW LITTLE, Special correspondent – August 27, 2017
Glenn Frey likely was not crooning about the commercial real estate market when he sang “Peaceful Easy Feeling” on the Eagles debut album, but the song’s title accurately describes current market attitudes.
During the summer of 1986, British pop band Simply Red had a No. 1 hit in the U.S. titled “Holding Back the Years” that discussed an inability to grow when focused on the past.
Looking back at the past three decades — and contrary to the song — Richmond has grown and is growing quite a bit.
While there have been a number of key private projects that mark the waypoints over the past 30 years in Richmond’s commercial real estate market,