The Summit is a six-story building consisting of 8,500 square feet of ground-floor retail and five stories of apartments above located at the intersection of West Broad Street and Summit Avenue along the rapid transit bus route.
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.
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.
On a former parking lot at West Grace and North Lombardy streets near Stuart Circle, the development is a five-story building consisting of 106 apartment units.
This expansion adds 26,500 square feet of educational facilities, administrative office space, a lecture hall, a second shrine and a parking deck. The new shrine, on the memorial’s eastern side, honors veterans from the Global War on Terror. The 61,000-square-foot parking deck adds 172 spaces.
The Northside YMCA renovation totals 19,000 square feet and 2,700 square feet of additions doubles the size of the fitness center, adds a community kitchen and group exercise rooms.
The Petersburg YMCA renovation totals 16,000 square feet and includes a new entrance lobby, child care area, café, community kitchen, community room, group exercise room and an expanded wellness facility. Renovations include improvements to the yoga room, sauna and locker rooms.
10th and Dairy, located in the master planned Dairy Central development in Charlottesville, is a new 226,000-square-foot mid-rise building with 180 one- and two-bedroom units. Amenities include structured parking with 139 spaces, coworking space, resident lounge, fitness room, dog spa and a bike storage room.
The Penny at Jackson Ward is located at Adams and Marshall Street in Richmond’s Arts District. The development has 167 units and 178 parking spaces in a two-level, below-grade parking garage under the first-floor retail space. The structure is five levels of wood-frame above the concrete podium. Amenities include a fitness center, clubroom, elevated pool […]
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.