Virginia Commonwealth University’s takeover of West Grace Street continues.
Richmond’s largest frozen yogurt chain is moving its corporate headquarters.
Carytown’s newest bike shop doesn’t need to look far for a view of its competition.
A Richmond firm is working a deal to buy in and lead the apartment build-out at one of Short Pump’s newest real estate projects.
The eight charges against Billy G. Jefferson Jr., which carry a minimum sentence of two years each, are based on alleged events that occurred during one week this year.
The Virginia Department of Historic Resources tipped off law enforcement to irregularities in Billy G. Jefferson’s tax credit filings amid “some of the same concerns … that we had with Justin [French].”
After two years and dozens of investor meetings, Walter Bennett is close to starting his dream of bringing an endless summer to Hanover County.
One of Legend Brewing Co.’s signature brews is in the fight of its life in the nation’s capital.
Two firms are combining forces for a 63-acre development where houses are already selling.
Two big economic development projects took top honors Tuesday at the annual awards ceremony hosted by the Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate.