The local high-end home sale market closed out 2018 with a deal that topped $2 million and another tied to a member of a prominent Richmond family.
Charlotte Rene Woods
Charlotte joined BizSense as a reporter in summer 2018 after earning a masters degree in journalism from VCU and a bachelor’s from The New School in New York City. Send news tips to [email protected].
A recently listed Chesterfield property is aiming to rein in a horse-enthusiast buyer.
A veteran of the local food truck scene is looking to carve out a niche that combines his experience working on trucks and in cooking food.
A soft shade of pink adorns many walls in the city’s latest coworking venue, which launched last month in a newly rehabbed building in Monroe Ward.
Rob Zorch’s years of tinkering in his kitchen resulted in the Dec. 8 launch of Zorch Pizza, a food truck built into a converted post office vehicle that serves up slices and pies at breweries on the weekends.
Two of the biggest home sales of 2018 came in within days of each other in December, closing out the year with transactions at or near $2 million apiece.
After a setback forced it to leave its original location in Goochland County, one of the region’s newest coworking ventures is ready to relaunch.
A local nonprofit has opened its first outpost outside of the Richmond region.
A Monument Avenue home that sold this summer for $1.5 million is up for sale again, this time with a higher asking price.
After a $2.1 million capital campaign and nearly two years of renovation efforts, an Art Deco gem in the heart of Ashland is set to reopen Dec. 26.