Hard Hat Happy Hour XIII: Heating up The Spur on a chilly evening

(Photos courtesy Tom Veazey)

The latest installment of Richmond BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour series returned to Scott’s Addition Wednesday night.

A crowd of 300 filed into The Spur, a new commercial development underway at the old Phipps & Bird facility at 1519 Summit Ave. and 3015 Moore St.

On hand were Spur developers Jason Guillot and Justin Paley, who bought the property a year ago and have since begun construction and signing on tenants such as law firm Roth Jackson, construction company Whiting-Turner and private equity firm Blue Heron Capital.

Enjoy the slideshow above from photographer Tom Veazey and thanks to all those who came to warm up and schmooze on a chilly evening.

And a special thanks to all our sponsors below:

 

(Photos courtesy Tom Veazey)

The latest installment of Richmond BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour series returned to Scott’s Addition Wednesday night.

A crowd of 300 filed into The Spur, a new commercial development underway at the old Phipps & Bird facility at 1519 Summit Ave. and 3015 Moore St.

On hand were Spur developers Jason Guillot and Justin Paley, who bought the property a year ago and have since begun construction and signing on tenants such as law firm Roth Jackson, construction company Whiting-Turner and private equity firm Blue Heron Capital.

Enjoy the slideshow above from photographer Tom Veazey and thanks to all those who came to warm up and schmooze on a chilly evening.

And a special thanks to all our sponsors below:

 

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