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VCU area draws second Korean chicken joint

VCU area draws second Korean chicken joint

J. Elias O'Neal May 26, 2017 0

Restaurant chain BonChon has leased space on North Laurel Street, just months after a similar concept opened a few blocks away at 900 W. Franklin St

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Out-of-town investor mulls plans for Gateway Centre site

Out-of-town investor mulls plans for Gateway Centre site

J. Elias O'Neal May 26, 2017 0

A Delaware-based real estate firm is weighing its options for a 5-acre office property it recently acquired in Chesterfield County

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Nonprofit lender heads for Henrico

Nonprofit lender heads for Henrico

Michael Schwartz May 26, 2017 0

For the Richmond employees of a nonprofit financial holding company, coming back from the Memorial Day break on Tuesday will mean showing up for work at a new office

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City approves nonprofit campus transformation, Fulton Hill designation

City approves nonprofit campus transformation, Fulton Hill designation

Sarah Schuster May 25, 2017 1

Part of a local nonprofit's long-term plan to redevelop its Broad Street campus has won the blessing of Richmond City Council, as did a re-designation of several Fulton Hill properties

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Law firm jumps closer to river in former accountants’ digs

Law firm jumps closer to river in former accountants’ digs

Michael Schwartz May 25, 2017 0

A downtown Richmond law practice has a new view of the city – its first change of scenery in more than 20 years

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Weekly 5K runs ready to launch in Richmond

Weekly 5K runs ready to launch in Richmond

Mike Platania May 25, 2017 0

What started as a short run through a park outside London in 2004 has evolved into a global fitness nonprofit that's paved its way to the River City

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Xenith prunes two branches ahead of Union deal

Xenith prunes two branches ahead of Union deal

Michael Schwartz May 24, 2017 0

In the midst of negotiating a $700 million deal to be acquired by one of its larger Richmond-based peers, the local bank also was doing some branch trimming

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‘Havoc’-fueled retailer settles down in the Bottom

‘Havoc’-fueled retailer settles down in the Bottom

Mike Platania May 24, 2017 0

A staple of the South of the James Farmers Market is laying down roots -- this time north of the river

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Third-generation restaurateur continues Greek legacy on Staples Mill

Third-generation restaurateur continues Greek legacy on Staples Mill

J. Elias O'Neal May 24, 2017 4

Toula Suleymanian's parents sold the rights to their Crazy Greek restaurant 20 years ago. Now she's taking a shot at reviving the family's Mediterranean menu

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Rothesay mansion returns to market at $4.2M

Rothesay mansion returns to market at $4.2M

Jonathan Spiers May 23, 2017 1

A retired Richmond financier from an old-guard local brokerage firm dropped the price tag of his riverfront estate after its listing three years ago failed to find a buyer

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