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Lunch restaurant reopens on higher ground

Lunch restaurant reopens on higher ground

Michael Thompson September 3, 2015 2

A breakfast and sandwich shop has moved up out of its basement storefront and into a much bigger and more visible spot on Main.

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Credit union lobbyists build home downtown

Credit union lobbyists build home downtown

Michael Schwartz August 28, 2015 1

An organization for the state's credit unions has put about $4 million worth of work into connecting and renovating a string of buildings downtown to serve as a home base during lobbying season.

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Senior living center rising in Chesterfield

Senior living center rising in Chesterfield

Jonathan Spiers August 26, 2015 2

One of many companies to recently tap into the senior living market is moving along with work on Huguenot Road, where it has plans for a 60-bed facility.

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Fan row house project kicks off construction

Fan row house project kicks off construction

Jonathan Spiers August 19, 2015 0

Work on a new batch of for-sale homes in the Fan will pick up this week, with the $3.5 million row house and condo project set to be finished by next summer.

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Shockoe Bottom market overhaul begins

Shockoe Bottom market overhaul begins

Michael Thompson August 12, 2015 1

The 17th Street Farmers Market in Shockoe Bottom - which dates back to the 18th century - is getting an upgrade, and work on the first phase has already begun.

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Redskins, Bon Secours team up on East End playground

Redskins, Bon Secours team up on East End playground

Michael Schwartz August 6, 2015 1

The Washington Redskins and Bon Secours are teaming up on a new playground outside of an East End public housing community.

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Stone building up massive brew facility

Stone building up massive brew facility

Jonathan Spiers August 4, 2015 0

The skeleton of Stone Brewing's $74 million East Coast facility has been set up south of downtown, with work on track to open the taps in mid-

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City digging into downtown park revamp

City digging into downtown park revamp

Michael Thompson August 3, 2015 1

A small park nestled among downtown's office towers kicked off a $5 million overhaul on Friday with a press conference from the mayor, who connected the project to Richmond's continuing transformation.

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Economic initiative to push private sector jobs

Economic initiative to push private sector jobs

Jonathan Spiers July 29, 2015 1

The governor, local CEOs and businesspeople gathered on Tuesday to pitch a new program aimed at reducing the state's dependence on the public sector by giving a boost to private industry, startups and more.

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Minimum wage debate echoes in Shockoe Bottom

Minimum wage debate echoes in Shockoe Bottom

Michael Thompson July 27, 2015 12

Workers and activists rallied last week at a local McDonald's, calling for Virginia to follow New York's lead in raising the minimum wage for fast-food workers to $15 an hour.

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