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May 4, 2018

Commonwealth Commercial Awarded New Property Management Assignment

Richmond, VA – May 4, 2018 – Commonwealth Commercial Partners has been awarded the property management for Centre Court building.  This 50K SF, Class A office building is located in Chesterfield, VA.  Michael Moolhuyzen and Adam Megenity will manage the asset.

May 4, 2018

Commonwealth Commercial Completed Three Transactions This Week

Richmond, VA – May 4, 2018 – Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC is pleased to report this week’s completed transactions. CREO Wellness leased 3,292 SF at 2924 Emerywood Parkway in Henrico County.  Jamie Galanti and Nash Warren represented the Landlord. Holy Chic Companies LLC leased 2510 West Main Street in the City of Richmond.  Nash Warren […]

May 3, 2018

Subdivision land adjacent to proposed megasite in Chesterfield County sells for $1.4 million

Posted on 4/30/2018 at Virginia Business A local homebuilder has purchased the land for a 99-lot subdivision adjacent to a controversial proposed megasite near Chester. Commonwealth Commercial Partners, based in Henrico County, said Monday that brokers Ryan Fanelli and Sam Worley represented Stoney Glen LLC in the sale of a 99-lot subdivision at 15310 Wellspring Road. […]

May 2, 2018

Fredericksburg salon nails down Fan location

Posted on 4/27/2018 by Mike Platania at Richmond BizSense A salon with roots in Fredericksburg is heading to the Fan. Holy Chic Nail Bar is preparing to open its first Richmond location at 2510 W. Main St., near the intersection of Main and Robinson streets. Owner Mariz “Reece” Gutierrez first opened Holy Chic in downtown Fredericksburg […]

May 1, 2018

Engineering firm’s move gives promotional marketer a boost

Posted on 4/25/2018 by Jonathan Spiers at Richmond BizSense A recently rebranded promotional marketing firm has found some new digs to go with its new name. Boost Promotional Branding, renamed last year from NewClients Promotional Marketing, has a deal in the works to purchase the 26,000-square-foot building at 8090 Villa Park Drive, currently home to engineering […]

Apr 27, 2018

Commonwealth Commercial Completed Eight Transactions This Week

Richmond, VA – April 27, 2018 – Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC is pleased to report this week’s completed transactions. RRMM Architects, PC leased 2,979 SF at 115 S. 15th Street in the City of Richmond.  Fred Plaisted represented the Tenant. TRC Environmental Corp. leased 1,427 SF at 1 Park West Circle in Chesterfield County.  Tucker […]

Apr 26, 2018

A project’s walkability will be key to future success

Posted on 4/24/2018 by Paula Squires at Virginia Business Attention commercial real estate developers: a project’s walk score will be the new barometer for future success. As major markets in the U.S. shift from a car-dependent, sub-urbanism model to what is known as walkable urbanism, the ability to meet one’s daily needs by walking to an […]

Apr 6, 2018

Commonwealth Commercial Completed Five Transactions This Week

Richmond, VA – April 6, 2018 – Commonwealth Commercial Partners, LLC is pleased to report this week’s completed transactions. Beverly Cunningham, Sonny Williams & Deena Wood leased 7,851 SF at 117 Seminole Plaza in Amherst County.  Carl Blackwell and Michael Morris represented the Landlord. Farmville Tobacco & Vape, LLC leased 1,500 SF at 1822 Peery […]

Apr 6, 2018

Innsbrook office building sells for $22.75 million to out-of-town buyer

Posted on 4/4/2018 by Michael O’Connor at the Richmond Times-Dispatch An office building in the Innsbrook Corporate Center in western Henrico County has been scooped up by an out-of-town asset management company already invested in a number of Richmond-area properties. The RMR Group bought Liberty Plaza II at 10800 Nuckols Road for $22.75 million from Lingerfelt CommonWealth […]

Mar 30, 2018

Richmond region had a ‘few big wins’ in the real estate industry, panelists said

Posted on 2/27/2018 by Tammie Smith at Richmond.com Even with interest rates likely to tick up this year, tax cuts are putting more dollars in people’s hands — driving demand for homes and products. That bodes well for the commercial, industrial, office and residential real estate markets and real estate investors, panelists said Tuesday at the Greater […]