M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — Services & Suppliers — April 24 - May 14, 2020 — 7B S ervices & S uppliers


ENRICO COUNTY, VA — Cushman & Wakefield | Thal- Property sold for luxury apartment development Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reps. Bristol Maywill Partners, LLC in sale of Henrico County H

ners, LLC for $2,000,000. The project is the residential component of a mixed-use development comprised of a five-story office building serv - ing as the headquarters to Kinsale Insurance, plus a 630 space parking deck. The resi - dential project, to be known as Tapestry West, has received a Plan of Development ap - proval from Henrico County and is expected to commence construction in June of 2020. The Tapestry West de - velopment is the latest of a long list of projects of which Thalhimer’s David M. Smith

has collaborated with Bristol Development Group’s Chief Investment Officer David Hanchrow, purchaser/devel - oper of the property. The great working relationship between Smith and Hanchrow, which began in August of 1994, has resulted in projects such as The Carriage Homes at Wyn - dham, The Madison at Spring Oak, Bristol Village at Char - ter Colony, 2000 West Creek, Canopy at Ginter Park, and Artistry at Winterfield which are all located in Richmond, and Bristol at Ghent and The Row at Ghent in Norfolk. 

himer represented Bristol Maywill Partners, LLC in the purchase of 2.1 acres of land located at the intersection of Maywill and Thalbro Sts. (2033 Maywill St.) in Henrico County for the development of a five-story luxury urban apartment community. 2001 Maywill LLC sold the land to Bristol Maywill Part - Skanska promotes two commercial development leaders in Washington, DC WASHINGTON, DC — Skanska , a global develop - ment and construction firm, has promoted both Marc Johnson and Brad Mason to the role of vice president of commercial development in Washington, DC. With these promotions, both Johnson and Mason will work with leadership to develop market strategies for the Metro D.C. region, supporting all aspects of Skanska’s development operations, including land acquisitions, financing, devel - opment, design, construction management and leasing. “It is an exciting time for us at Skanska in Washington DC. We have great momentum underway with multiple new development opportunities, and both Marc and Brad have played a significant role in our continued success,” said Mark Carroll , executive vice president for Skanska USA Commercial Development in Washington D.C. Johnson brings more than 15 years of real estate devel - opment experience to his new role as vice president. Joining Skanska in 2009, he was heav - ily involved in Skanska’s first two projects in the D.C. region, 733 10th St. and 1776 Wilson Boulevard. Mason joined Skanska in 2014 and has 20 years of real estate development experi- ence, managing all aspects of the development process. Since joining Skanska in 2014, he has led the development of 2112 Penn, an 11-story, 230,000 s/f office building with 10,000 s/f of ground floor retail, and 1700M, a 34,000 s/f land parcel that Skanska will deliver as a mixed-use devel - opment in Washington, D.C.’s Central Business District. 

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