Mixed Use Projects The development and redevelopment of urban and suburban infill locations with a mix of property types has been gaining momentum. These developments provide a blend of living, working, shopping and valued support/service amenities for complete and balanced mixed-use environments that ensure long-term value to our tenants, lenders, partners, and most importantly, the communities we serve.

Residences at the John Marshall | Richmond, VA

The redevelopment and adaptive reuse of the historic and landmark Hotel John Marshall (1929) in Richmond Va. represents an over $80 million impact to the community utilizing the HUD 221 (d) (4) program and Federal and State Historic Tax Credits. The development consists of 238 Class A apartments with approximately 30,540 square feet of retail space and 22,384 square feet of meeting and banquet space. The hotel occupies one-half a city block between 5th and 6th Streets on Franklin Street in a location that has undergone significant revitalization over the past 10 years, fueled by popularity and expansion of local universities, public, private and corporate investment.

In addition, the Residences at the John Marshall is downtown Richmond's first eco-friendly adaptive reuse of a historic structure and has achieved a Three Green Globes designation for this renovation

Project Details

  • 238 Class A Luxury Apartments
  • 30,540 SF of Retail Space
  • 22,384 SF of Meeting & Banquet Facility
  • Commenced April 2010; Completed March 2012
  • Awarded 3 out of 4 Green Globe Certification
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