Updated: Diamond District runner-up among five respondents to City Center solicitation
December 21, 2022
In a statement, Capital Square said 60 percent of the team’s members are locally owned companies, and 50 percent are minority-owned.
“We have assembled a team that pairs national expertise with local understanding of our exciting city to help this area of Downtown reach its full potential,” the statement said.
Capital Square and Dantes Partners had also vied for the Diamond District with a team called Diamond District Gateway Partners. Capital Square, based in Henrico, has made moves in recent years into development in Richmond’s Scott’s Addition neighborhood. Dantes focuses on income-based housing and is currently developing Pin Oaks Estates, a 98-unit apartment complex in Petersburg.
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