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Peter Chang orders Short Pump combo

Peter Chang orders Short Pump combo

Richmond BizSense April 29, 2016 4

A popular chef and restaurateur is doubling up in Short Pump. Peter Chang plans to open a new restaurant at 11408 W. Broad St. in the Short Pump Village Shopping Center, just a few

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Hardywood pouring further into Charlottesville

Hardywood pouring further into Charlottesville

Michael Schwartz April 27, 2016 0

In the midst of its $28 million expansion into Goochland, a local brewery is heading farther west and opening its own Wahoo-country watering hole. Hardywood Park Craft Brewery announced plans Tuesday for a brewery

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Belize-bound couple lists Grace Street B&B

Belize-bound couple lists Grace Street B&B

Jonathan Spiers April 25, 2016 0

An historic Fan District house that for years has been used as a bed and breakfast has been put on the market. The 8,000-square-foot Grace Manor Inn at 1853 W. Grace St. was listed

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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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NASCAR team sees rush of local logos

NASCAR team sees rush of local logos

Jonathan Spiers April 22, 2016 0

As the Sprint Cup Series roars into Richmond this weekend, more locally based companies are catching a ride with NASCAR. Three cars in this Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400 will be sporting the logos of

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And on drums: the nuclear technician

And on drums: the nuclear technician

Jonathan Spiers April 15, 2016 3

  Five of Richmond’s biggest corporations are giving new meaning to the term “corporate rock.” Altria, Capital One, Dominion Resources, The Martin Agency and the aptly named WestRock are competing this Sunday in the

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Luck Companies selling off two divisions

Luck Companies selling off two divisions

Michael Schwartz April 14, 2016 0

Richmond’s stone king is chiseling off some weight. The Luck Companies, a Goochland-based firm known for its quarries and stone yards, is selling two of its four business divisions as it looks to streamline

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Foreclosure set for Tiber condo project

Foreclosure set for Tiber condo project

Michael Thompson April 13, 2016 7

Less than two weeks after purchasing the loan on a stalled high-end Libbie Avenue condo project, the property’s former contractor is quickly pushing to foreclose. The long-delayed Tiber development at Libbie and Guthrie avenues

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Topgolf taking aim at Richmond

Topgolf taking aim at Richmond

Michael Schwartz April 11, 2016 4

A fast-growing chain of high-tech driving ranges could soon land in the Richmond market. Topgolf, a Texas-based company known to spend upwards of about $25 million on its three-story golf and entertainment facilities, is

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Salomonsky, White eyeing two towers in Scott’s Addition

Salomonsky, White eyeing two towers in Scott’s Addition

Jonathan Spiers April 7, 2016 21

A veteran Richmond development team is aiming high – and high-end – for their next project in Scott’s Addition. Louis Salomonsky and David White of Main Street Realty are proposing two 10-story towers totaling

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