Metro on Granby is a one-of-a-kind complex. A mixed-used development project of two 5-story buildings (401 Granby Street and 416 Boush Street) were constructed in a staggered manner.
From a $60 million mixed-use complex to a $150,000 tenant upfit, KBS offers retail clients a unique diversity of expertise.
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.
In approaching the design for the Richmond dealership, the architect initially had to elevate the building 15 feet, due to the rise and slope of Midlothian Turnpike.
KBS constructed the shell for the 69,260-square-foot Whole Foods anchor at the West Broad Village development.