The owner said he has learned an expensive lesson in trademark infringement after resolving a dispute that began this year.
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Long agendas packed with business. Big ticket items include a proposed 323-acre mixed-use development and 226-acre solar farm in Hanover. Snow delays a City Council vote ahead of its review of the Navy Hill redevelopment proposal. Goochland’s EDA also meets this week.
A local web development firm gets Alexa talking about the state lottery, a national beauty store chain gets holiday-themed spots from a Richmond-based production studio, and several area shops announce promotions and new hires.
A homebuilder and real estate broker are teaming up to bring a Florida-based custom builder’s designs to the local market – and they’re digging in first at Tuckahoe Creek.
After three decades restoring dozens of century-old homes in and around the Fan, a prolific local builder is adding something new to the neighborhood with his latest project.
A Midlothian-area community known for its collection of primarily Craftsman-style homes is looking to introduce an architectural style not typically seen in metro Richmond’s outermost suburban rings.
Development interest in and around the Chamberlayne Avenue corridor in the city’s Northside continues to pick up, with a local developer looking to add more residential density at the avenue’s intersection with School Street.
The planning commissions for Richmond and Goochland County meet this week, Henrico’s county manager presents his State of the County address and a city committee considers an advisory commission for the proposed Navy Hill redevelopment project.
A cluster of new townhomes planned in North Church Hill is slated to continue to push up the price point for homeownership in the neighborhood.
A Goochland County home previously tied to an owner of the Flying Squirrels now is linked to the group reviving the Colonial Downs racetrack.