Two years after debuting there, developer East West Communities’ event to benefit VCU Massey Cancer Center returns to the Midlothian neighborhood this weekend.
Jonathan Spiers joined BizSense in early 2015 after a decade of reporting in Wilmington, N.C. Prior to that he was with the Henrico County Leader. The Virginia Tech graduate covers residential real estate, the advertising/marketing industry, public companies and other news.
A development aimed to catalyze a long-overlooked Richmond neighborhood is beginning to take shape, led by a local group that bears the area’s name.
An engineering firm is marking its 45th year in business by moving its home base to Henrico County from the heart of Hokie country.
The VCU grad, now a media planner at local ad giant The Martin Agency, had once found her life outside of work spinning in circles. Naturally, she picked up a hula hoop.
A media giant denies owing a Richmond CRE firm a commission on the $13 million sale of the former Media General headquarters building on East Franklin Street.
A distressed apartment complex is beginning to turn around with a $15 million upgrade.
Calling an end to a 34-year run, a Scott’s Addition-based sign shop is joining forces with a printing firm on an acquisition streak.
After enduring some local losses this year, the brand is continuing to rebuild its Richmond roster with the addition of a Midlothian brokerage led by two company veterans.
A local architect’s foray into residential development is introducing a home design concept that’s new to the Richmond market but has been in use for centuries on the other side of the world.
New hires and accounts for local shops, the Brandcenter unveils a new look and logo, and a production studio wraps up several video projects in the latest roundup.