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Northside golf course tees up $1.2M upgrades

Northside golf course tees up $1.2M upgrades

Michael Schwartz August 21, 2017 1

One of the only public golf courses in the city limits - albeit only six holes - is getting a makeover aimed in part at driving more traffic from nearby residents and downtown workers

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Winding Brook gun range reloads with new operator

Winding Brook gun range reloads with new operator

Mike Platania August 18, 2017 0

The short-lived Blue Ridge Arsenal has reopened under a different name, with the property's landlords now running the show

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Code-named project eyes 1M-square-foot data center in Henrico

Code-named project eyes 1M-square-foot data center in Henrico

J. Elias O'Neal August 17, 2017 1

The makings of a massive new section of a Henrico County technology park are beginning to take shape

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Stuck overseas, Jackson Ward bakery owner forced to close business

Stuck overseas, Jackson Ward bakery owner forced to close business

Jonathan Spiers August 16, 2017 16

After five years downtown, a bakery has unexpectedly shut down after its owner says she was denied re-entry to the country

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Hard Hat Happy Hour VII: The Cooperage

Hard Hat Happy Hour VII: The Cooperage

Michael Schwartz August 14, 2017 0

A redeveloped old tobacco barrel warehouse along Overbrook Road will be the setting for the latest installment of Richmond BizSense's popular Hard Hat Happy Hour series

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Richmond architects sue Petersburg hotel developer

Richmond architects sue Petersburg hotel developer

Jonathan Spiers August 11, 2017 2

The developer behind a planned $20 million conversion of a dormant hotel in downtown Petersburg is facing a lawsuit from a Richmond firm that says it hasn’t been fully paid for its services

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VCU Health planning $348M facility downtown

VCU Health planning $348M facility downtown

Jonathan Spiers August 10, 2017 0

A year after it opened the region's largest pediatric outpatient facility, VCU Health is going forward with plans for an adult version

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RV war shaping up in Ashland

RV war shaping up in Ashland

J. Elias O'Neal August 10, 2017 0

A new-to-market company quietly has rolled into town with a $20 million plan to capture a chunk of the Mid-Atlantic RV market - and it's lured salespeople from a nearby competitor to gain its

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Downtime: From GLOW to VDOT – and back

Downtime: From GLOW to VDOT – and back

Jonathan Spiers August 4, 2017 1

Before Sandy Manley was a fiscal technician with the Virginia Department of Transportation, she was Gremlina – one of the more feisty and vocal “heel” characters of the 1980s TV series “Gorgeous Ladies of

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Philip Morris sells land for 1M-square-foot industrial deal

Philip Morris sells land for 1M-square-foot industrial deal

J. Elias O'Neal August 3, 2017 1

A California-based development firm is planning to construct one of the largest warehouses in South Richmond

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