Local members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints got their first glimpse of a planned 11-acre temple complex – the church’s first in Virginia – that’s set to rise in Henrico County.
J. Elias O'Neal
“When you look at the number of dentists per resident in the city of Richmond, this area has the least,” said Alan Walker. “Coming here truly puts me at an advantage because I’m able to draw people as far south as Chesterfield to my practice in Manchester.”
A group of seasoned developers is stepping on the accelerator in a reinvention of a former Southside car dealership property.
As it makes its first foray into from-scratch development, a local real estate firm has closed on the first piece of what’s planned to be three buildings, including an 11-story tower, in one of Richmond’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
For the second time this summer, a local restaurant group has opened a new venture in the Arts District downtown.
The real estate investor paid $975,000 this month for a building around the corner from his Tobacco Co. restaurant, further fortifying his stake in the Slip.
Amidst its breweries, cideries and growing nightlife options, Scott’s Addition has lured a tenant of a higher calling.
A year-old Jackson Ward restaurant is taking to the streets in search of new revenue and a potential second location.
Plans to revive a long-vacant Shockoe Bottom restaurant building have gone back to the drawing board after the property changed hands for the second time in two years.
A recently shuttered beer and barbeque joint on East Leigh Street is being filled with a similar concept by new owners.