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Photography gets more exposure in Richmond

Al Harris November 30, 2011 1

After more than a year of development, a new gallery is debuting on Broad Street this Friday

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Mall nixes plans to track shoppers’ cell phones

Al Harris November 29, 2011 0

The owner of Short Pump Town Center has canceled its plans to track shoppers’ movements through the mall after receiving a complaint from a U.S. Senator. Forest City Enterprises had planned to use the

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Monday Q&A: Bike designer’s wheels are turning

Al Harris November 28, 2011 0

The name might be Dutch, but the product is made in Richmond. Hinmaton Hisler is the designer and builder behind Stijl Cycles, a two-year-old company based in Manchester. Hisler is one of the three

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Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Round Up 11.25.11

Al Harris November 25, 2011 0

Some big sales this week, including a $1 million office/warehouse space and 53 acres purchased by a large retailer in Powhatan

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Local mall to track shoppers’ cell phones on Black Friday

Al Harris November 23, 2011 4

If you bring your cell phone to Short Pump Town Center this holiday season, prepare to be followed

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Health testing firm plans $68M expansion downtown

Al Harris November 22, 2011 0

A Richmond-based health testing company is making a major capital investment downtown that will create 653 new jobs over the next few years

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Beer, sports and short plaid skirts

Al Harris November 22, 2011 3

A titillating new restaurant is opening up near Fort Lee

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New hotel under construction in Henrico

Al Harris November 22, 2011 1

Site work is under way at West Broad Street and Glenside Drive on a new location for the local franchise of an extended stay hotel chain

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A million square feet, and one big question

Al Harris November 21, 2011 6

Economic developers in Chesterfield County are fast-tracking a massive distribution center, but officials are keeping mum on who it’s for

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