TRP Hermitage LLC, an entity connected to Richmond-based Thalhimer Realty Partners Inc., has purchased two industrial properties near The Diamond baseball stadium in Richmond for $4.6 million, S.L. Nusbaum Realty
Richmond region notches big deals
In the greater Richmond region, local economic development authorities have been hard at work landing new business and securing expansions, and this year those efforts bore fruit, they say. In
Thalhimer Realty Partners is part of joint venture
Updated Sept. 15 The city of Richmond announced Monday it has selected a joint venture including Richmond-based Thalhimer Realty Partners to build a new baseball stadium for the Richmond Flying
Standing near the grand entrance of upcoming entertainment venue and food hall The Park at RVA, Orcun Turkay says he’s excited for the future of Richmond’s newly branded Diamond District.
Richmond panel to decide by 'end of summer'
Richmond has narrowed its pool of Diamond District development team finalists from three to two, city officials announced Friday, while releasing some more details about the competing proposals, which include
Placemaking focuses on people and design
In Virginia Beach, most tourists flock to the Oceanfront. But just a couple blocks west, you’ll find an area that feels a little more artsy and a lot more local.
Thalhimer Realty Partners contributed land for Richmond development
Crescent Communities, ParkProperty Capital and Thalhimer Realty Partners are developing a 275-unit apartment community in a joint venture on the border of Richmond’s fast-growing Scott’s Addition neighborhood and the city’s
Developers' plans include baseball stadium
City of Richmond officials announced Tuesday that three development teams have continued to the finals for the Diamond District, which includes replacing the baseball stadium and revitalizing the area near
Remaining six applicants to provide more info by April 25
Story updated, March 24 at 11:45 a.m. The city of Richmond announced Wednesday that six competing development teams have been chosen out of 15 applicants to continue in the competition
City issued request for interest in December 2021
The city of Richmond issued a request for interest on Dec. 28, 2021, seeking developers for the 66.7-acre Diamond baseball stadium property it has dubbed the Diamond District. The city