With city zoning in and around Scott’s Addition recently updated to accommodate denser development, Richmond planners now are shifting their attention to another district along the bus rapid transit corridor that’s largely driving the changes.
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, advertising/marketing, government and other news. Reach him at [email protected] or (804) 308-2447.
As development interest south of the city has some property owners along Route 5 fearing the future, Henrico County planners are pushing a plan they say would lay the groundwork for protecting and preserving the distinctly rural corridor.
Four months after an initial proposal aroused local controversy, a revised plan to give historic designation to hundreds of Manchester-area properties has received the endorsement of state regulators.
An hourly job search platform has further trimmed its Richmond headcount.
The state lottery taps a Scott’s Addition shop as its lead media agency, a celebrity comedy couple joins in on a locally produced ad campaign, and other Richmond-area firms release work and announce new clients.
If business networking can be compared to the recording industry, a Richmond networking series centered on live music has done the local equivalent of getting signed by a major label.
The latest styles and trends in homebuilding and design, including the rising popularity of townhomes, will be on display this month beginning this weekend.
A house tied to the family of a prominent Richmond politician – as well as to that of the 43rd U.S. president – took the top spot among the area’s priciest home sales in September.
For their latest venture together, two advertising vets are partnering with the principals of a growing local advisory firm to connect businesses with a network of branding specialists.
Two New York and L.A. advertising veterans are working with Charles Hodges as an executive-level creative trifecta at Arts & Letters Creative Co. It’s a leadership structure rarely seen in agencies their size, but they say it fits perfectly with Arts & Letters’ “make up the rules as you go” approach.