Green Front Furniture exec buys Monument Avenue mansion for $2M
When Den Cralle begins furnishing the Mediterranean-style mansion he recently purchased on Monument Avenue, he’ll be coming at it with an entire furniture business at his disposal.
Pay of local publicly traded company CEOs rose 28 percent in 2020
While 2020 was a bear of a year in many ways, it turned out to be a decent 12-month run for the pay packages of most of the CEOs at Richmond’s publicly traded companies.
Casino referendum, Southern States silos rezoning get City Council approval
On a busy night with a packed agenda, the Richmond City Council on Monday signed off on several development projects and formally gave city residents the ultimate say on the future of a proposed Southside casino.
Mechanicsville coffee house owners brewing up something sweeter
Brothers Micah and Jett Odle are opening Graham’s Ice Cream at 7038 Mechanicsville Turnpike, two two doors down from their Little Bean Coffee Co.
Dormant Petersburg schoolhouse slated for $24M redevelopment
Virginia Avenue Elementary School in Petersburg’s Ward 5 has stood in disarray for more than a decade, becoming an eyesore in the neighborhood. Now, with a planned transfer of the site to a developer nearing completion, a transformation of the city-owned property into low-income housing is in store.