If you thought the Manchester area could use a few more apartments you’re in luck.
Richmond BizSense.com has the details on the latest developer to buy land in the area.
The initial phase calls for several existing buildings on the property to be converted into 47 one- and two-bedroom apartments, costing about $6.7 million to redevelop.
Looking to bring more retail options to the area, Kellman said the group is exploring the possibility of converting a one-story, 1,325-square-foot building at the corner of Semmes Avenue and West 14th Street into commercial use.
“We think the space is ideal for a coffee shop or a restaurant given its location on the property,” Kellman said.