Hard Hat Happy Hour II: One last party at the Flood Zone

Capital Square 1031 plans to move into the former Have a Nice Day Cafe space.

Capital Square 1031 plans to move into the former Have a Nice Day Cafe space.

After selling out the first wave of tickets in less than two days for the latest installment of BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour: Presented by Sands Anderson, we have 50 tickets remaining in the second wave, still at the intro price of $35.

Our popular quarterly series is headed to Shockoe Bottom on the evening of Wednesday, June 8, to take over the former Flood Zone/Have a Nice Day Café building at 11 S. 18th St.

The building has been vacant since Have a Nice Day closed a couple of years ago.

The building has been vacant since Have a Nice Day closed a couple of years ago.

The 200-plus guests will get an up-close look at the bones of the former concert hall and notorious night club property as it’s in the midst of a transformation into the corporate headquarters of local real estate firm Capital Square 1031. Call it one last party before the building gets down to business, with plenty drink, food, music and valuable networking to be had.

On hand will be Yogi Singh and his group that bought the building in 2014, as well as Capital Square founder Louis Rogers and representatives from Hourigan Construction, the contractor handling renovations of the 4-story, 13,000-square-foot building.

Here’s a story about Capital Square if you want to learn more about the company, the $130 million worth of real estate it purchased last year  and its plans for its new HQ.

Click here to purchase tickets. Be advised, the ticket price will go up the week of the event.

Hard Hat Happy Hour gatherings take the local business community inside the area’s most talked-about new real estate development projects. The first event sold out and brought nearly 300 guests to the unfinished ninth floor of Richmond’s newest office tower in March.

Special thanks to the sponsors of this series, including presenting sponsor Sands Anderson, Keiter, TowneBank, Timmons Group, Safe Harbor Title, S.B. Cox and Postbellum.

Capital Square 1031 plans to move into the former Have a Nice Day Cafe space.

Capital Square 1031 plans to move into the former Have a Nice Day Cafe space.

After selling out the first wave of tickets in less than two days for the latest installment of BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour: Presented by Sands Anderson, we have 50 tickets remaining in the second wave, still at the intro price of $35.

Our popular quarterly series is headed to Shockoe Bottom on the evening of Wednesday, June 8, to take over the former Flood Zone/Have a Nice Day Café building at 11 S. 18th St.

The building has been vacant since Have a Nice Day closed a couple of years ago.

The building has been vacant since Have a Nice Day closed a couple of years ago.

The 200-plus guests will get an up-close look at the bones of the former concert hall and notorious night club property as it’s in the midst of a transformation into the corporate headquarters of local real estate firm Capital Square 1031. Call it one last party before the building gets down to business, with plenty drink, food, music and valuable networking to be had.

On hand will be Yogi Singh and his group that bought the building in 2014, as well as Capital Square founder Louis Rogers and representatives from Hourigan Construction, the contractor handling renovations of the 4-story, 13,000-square-foot building.

Here’s a story about Capital Square if you want to learn more about the company, the $130 million worth of real estate it purchased last year  and its plans for its new HQ.

Click here to purchase tickets. Be advised, the ticket price will go up the week of the event.

Hard Hat Happy Hour gatherings take the local business community inside the area’s most talked-about new real estate development projects. The first event sold out and brought nearly 300 guests to the unfinished ninth floor of Richmond’s newest office tower in March.

Special thanks to the sponsors of this series, including presenting sponsor Sands Anderson, Keiter, TowneBank, Timmons Group, Safe Harbor Title, S.B. Cox and Postbellum.

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