The Nest is a six-story, 118-unit apartment project in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition neighborhood. Two 1970s-era office buildings and two accompanying surface parking lots were demolished to may way for the project. The development includes five stories of one- and two-bedroom apartments above a mix of parking and commercial space fronting West Marshall Street.
From a $60 million mixed-use complex to a $150,000 tenant upfit, KBS offers retail clients a unique diversity of expertise.
The Current is a full-block mixed-use development in Richmond’s Manchester neighborhood. It includes multi-residential, office, and retail spaces creating a small community with shared common spaces featuring a ground-level courtyard and pool. These are accessed via a public plaza connecting 4th and Hull Streets that fronts the residential and office lobby, as well as the corner retail space.
South Falls is a planned mixed-used development just steps from the banks of the James River in Richmond’s Manchester neighborhood. The initial phase is the construction of a 14-story, L-shaped building with 256 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units with river views.
The Locks Tower is a 354,846-square-foot apartment development with 237 one- and two-bedroom units. With 11 floors above grade and one level below-grade, the residential high-rise precast concrete-frame is supported on shallow concrete foundations that bear on existing soils which were improved with engineered, grouted columns.
KBS has built several Wal-Mart Supercenter’s throughout Virginia and North Carolina since 2005.
KBS has contracted with Lidl to build multiple new stores in Virginia as a part of the German grocery retailer’s plan to enter the U.S. market. The 36,000-square-foot stores include exposed steel and ducts in the main sales floor and polished concrete throughout the store.
The 53,000-square-foot store includes a bakery, a drive-thru pharmacy, deli, grocery, produce, seafood, meat and floral departments. The project also adds amenities such as a pharmacy with on-the-go medical clinic, Starbucks Cafe and event planning space.
Grace Street Center, located at 912 West Grace Street near Virginia Commonwealth University’s Monroe Park campus, is a seven-story, 90,000-square-foot mixed-use building.
This project is located in Colonial Heights, VA on a 4.6 acre site. The building features a showroom, offices, parts counter, second-floor mezzanine, trademark Subaru slate tower and a 12-bay service area.
KBS fit-out this build-to-suit, 22,625 SF shell housing a high-end supermarket store. The construction consisted of a main sales floor and a mezzanine level for mechanical, electrical and refrigeration equipment.
When Ahold, USA bought Richmond based Ukrop’s grocery chain, they embarked on an ambitious conversion effort.
West Broad Village is a mixed-use, lifestyle center offering several multi-residential components, a high-rise office building and retail spaces.
High Street is a mixed-use development offering retail space, office space, apartments, townhomes and condominiums.