Construction work is getting under way on the Cowan Station project off U.S. 1 in Fredericksburg.
Commercial Real Estate
Find the latest commercial real estate activities across the City of Fredericksburg
Third building planned on former FLS property
Fredericksburg City Council on Tuesday night approved an agreement that will lead to the third and final building getting constructed on the former Free Lance-Star property in downtown Fredericksburg.
Leasing activity in the City
The following businesses renewed or signed new leases for commercial space in the City of Fredericksburg.
Office building sells in Central Park Corporate Center
A 13,813-square-foot office building in Fredericksburg’s Central Park Corporate Center recently sold for $2.9 million.
Recent leases in FXBG
Coldwell Banker Commercial Elite reports the following recent lease transactions in Fredericksburg
Central Park roundup, 11.2.22
Here are some business news items from Fredericksburg’s Central Park shopping center.
Downtown FXBG office property sold
Shiloh Baptist Church (New Site) recently purchased an office property across the street from its main church at 525 Princess Anne Street in downtown Fredericksburg.
Recent leasing activity, City of FXBG
Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reports the following recent lease transactions in Fredericksburg:
Pizza Hut property sold in Fredericksburg
A 8,115 square-foot Pizza Hut on .4775 acres near the University of Mary Washington sold for $1.5 million
Reports show health of FXBG commercial market
Second-quarter market reports recently published by Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer show the strength of the Fredericksburg-area commercial real estate market.
Winchester Place nearing completion in FXBG
Winchester Place, which is part of the Vakos Companies’ William Square development project, is along Amelia Street between Winchester and Douglas streets. Construction crews are expected to be finished with the building within the next couple of weeks.
Local company purchases former Print Innovators building
The Carpet House Design Center is the new owner of the 85,350-square-foot building in Fredericksburg’s industrial park that formerly housed The Free Lance-Star’s printing operation.