A Henrico-based hotelier is making its first splash in the city with plans for an eight-story hotel downtown. It will be the first AC Hotel by Marriott location in the state and the project also will include 10 condos.
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J. Elias O’Neal is a BizSense reporter covering commercial real estate, restaurants and other beats. He can be reached at [email protected] and (804) 554-6545.
The last Virginia holdout of a national pizza chain has closed in a Henrico County retail center.
A local real estate company is back for more in one of the city’s most sought-after neighborhoods, snatching up an old office building that will get a $2M makeover.
From the moment Mike Wilbert and fiancee Caitlin Kilcoin stepped foot in the Stoplight Gelato Cafe about two years ago, they knew its owner was on to something special.
A national coworking brand with more than a dozen shared office spaces around the country is putting the finishing touches on its first Virginia location, in Scott’s Addition.
Sam Huang has caught the restaurant bug again. “I didn’t think I’d be at this point again in my career so quickly, but here I am,” he said of his new chain.
The city’s first bar-arcade is plugging into a bigger location, with plans to move from 6,300 square feet on Leigh Street to a 10,000-square-foot spot on Mactavish Avenue.
Fresh off a series of acquisitions in the city and Henrico County, a local development firm is casting its investment net further south into Chesterfield County.
Harrison & Bates reports the following deals: 18 W Franklin Street LLC purchased 18 W. Franklin St. for $715,000. Kit Tyler represented Seller RX Partnership leased 1,136 square feet at 1500 Forest Ave. in Henrico County. Scott White represented the landlord. Commonwealth Personnel leased 2,115 square feet at 7275 Glen Forest Drive in Henrico County…. Read more »
A popular local chicken chain is growing in a Chesterfield suburb.