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Gym brand fills out old grocery space

Gym brand fills out old grocery space

Michael Thompson June 28, 2015 0

A recent arrival to the Richmond fitness market is in expansion mode once again with its third location this year. It's latest is taking over a West End building most recently occupied by a

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Symphony scores $1M for outdoor concerts

Symphony scores $1M for outdoor concerts

Katie Demeria June 26, 2015 0

Closing out its fundraiser five months ahead of schedule, the Richmond Symphony plans to use the funds to buy a large mobile tent it will use to take its show on the road.

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Credit union rolls out loans for bikes

Credit union rolls out loans for bikes

Michael Schwartz June 26, 2015 0

With the popularity of cycling gaining momentum in Richmond, the area's largest credit union is getting in on the trend with new loans for bike purchases.

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Hanover planning endorses 120-acre project

Hanover planning endorses 120-acre project

Jonathan Spiers June 25, 2015 0

A development that would bring more than 500 residential units and 200,000 square feet of commercial space is headed for the Board of Supervisors after getting the OK from the county's Planning Commission.

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Outlet billboard battle heads to Va. Supreme Court

Outlet billboard battle heads to Va. Supreme Court

Michael Schwartz June 24, 2015 3

A dispute between a Hanover landowner and the county over a pair of billboards to advertise an unbuilt outlet mall has risen to the state Supreme Court

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Senior apartments set for $5M upgrades

Senior apartments set for $5M upgrades

Katie Demeria June 24, 2015 1

An 11-story apartment building across from the Science Museum, formerly a hotel, will undergo a top-down renovation to its 100 low-income units for seniors.

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HDL continues hunt for new lender

HDL continues hunt for new lender

Katie Demeria June 23, 2015 0

The lab company withdrew a pending agreement for a $30 million line of credit, but it will have some cash coming in after a judge gave OK to go through with an auction of

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Developer pursues lawsuit against Ashland

Developer pursues lawsuit against Ashland

Jonathan Spiers June 23, 2015 0

After repeatedly running into roadblocks over its nearly 200-home proposal, developers have served the town of Ashland with a lawsuit hoping to push the project through to Town Council.

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Student loan labyrinth poses new path for entrepreneur

Student loan labyrinth poses new path for entrepreneur

Michael Schwartz June 23, 2015 0

After selling off his ice business, Richmond entrepreneur Mark Resnick turned his energy toward tackling a much bigger industry: student loan debt

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Old Julep’s space finds new restaurant tenant

Old Julep’s space finds new restaurant tenant

Michael Thompson June 22, 2015 0

The 200-year-old space, left behind by Julep's when it moved downtown, will soon be reopened as a new dining, whiskey and wine spot.

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