Richmond West End Redevelopment Approved

The mixed-use project will bring ground-floor retail, Class A office suites and 12 luxury apartments to Virginia capital's West End.
Westhampton on Grove rendering, Richmond, Va.

Westhampton on Grove rendering, Richmond, Va.

Richmond, Va.—Richmond City Council voted for the Westhampton on Grove project in the city’s West End, Richmond Times-Dispatch reported.

The mixed-use development will bring 20,505 square feet of ground-floor retail, four Class A office suites and 12 luxury apartments through the conversion of the Westhampton Theater and Long & Foster properties at 5706 & 5702 Grove Ave. Slated for completion by the end of 2017, the project also features 104 off-street parking spots and patios for outdoor dining.

With a population of approximately 238,000 people within a five-mile radius at an average household income of $72,816, Westhampton on Grove is all about location. Three of the four ground floor retailers have already been announced. Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer, currently in charge of leasing, is seeking a neighbor for Mango Salon, Long & Foster Real Estate and Taste Unlimited.

Rendering courtesy of westhamptonongrove.com