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Tesla’s Richmond debate rolls on

Tesla’s Richmond debate rolls on

Michael Thompson April 26, 2016 0

The debate over whether Tesla can open a dealership in Richmond goes around and around.

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Libbie condo buyers pushing developer into bankruptcy

Libbie condo buyers pushing developer into bankruptcy

Michael Thompson April 25, 2016 1

As a developer and a disgruntled contractor jockey for control over a stalled West End condo project that had been scheduled for foreclosure tomorrow, a trio of would-be residents have looked to the bankruptcy

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New Manchester pizza joint brings owner full circle

New Manchester pizza joint brings owner full circle

Michael Thompson April 25, 2016 2

  Hoping to capitalize on a spurt of redevelopment in his family’s old neighborhood, a local restaurant owner has set up shop in Manchester. Ironclad Pizza Grill opened April 8 at 924 McDonough St.

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Real estate agent feeling the burn in Short Pump

Real estate agent feeling the burn in Short Pump

Michael Thompson April 22, 2016 0

A local real estate agent’s new side business will bring another out-of-town fitness franchise to Richmond. Jonathan Ceaser of Keller Williams is working to open Burn Boot Camp, a gym chain that caters to

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The Pipeline: Commercial real estate roundup for 4.22.16

The Pipeline: Commercial real estate roundup for 4.22.16

Michael Thompson April 22, 2016 0

A fast-food chain ground-leases land catty-corner from its Manchester location, a private equity firm leases space on South 13th Street, and a a specialty anatomic pathology laboratory subleases nearly 30,000 space in Innsbrook

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Trampoline park may leap into Regency Square

Trampoline park may leap into Regency Square

Michael Thompson April 21, 2016 2

A week after local developers detailed their plans for a large air sports park in Short Pump, a competitor unveiled a Richmond expansion plan of its own. Jumpology, a national company that operates an

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Gateway Plaza takes top honors at local real estate awards

Gateway Plaza takes top honors at local real estate awards

Michael Thompson April 20, 2016 1

Richmond’s newest office tower can stand a little taller. Gateway Plaza, the 18-story building completed last year at 120 S. Ninth St. by Chicago-based developer Clayco, was named Project of the Year at the

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Bon Secours breaks ground on East End Parsley’s project

Bon Secours breaks ground on East End Parsley’s project

Michael Thompson April 20, 2016 1

A café and kitchen is set to rise at the site of the former Parsley’s gas station as another Bon Secours East End redevelopment project gets underway. The healthcare giant’s Parsley’s Center for Healthy

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Beer and pizza on tap for vacant W. Broad St. space

Beer and pizza on tap for vacant W. Broad St. space

Michael Thompson April 19, 2016 0

As parts of the Richmond food scene evolve, an out-of-town restaurant chain is betting certain American favorites will always be in demand. Pies and Pints plans to open this summer at 2035 W. Broad

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