One of Richmond’s more high-profile and controversial personalities has put his former riverside residence in Varina up for sale.
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.
However cold it gets in Richmond today, it’s not cold enough for George Nyfeler.
An infill residential development underway near Carytown is signaling the return of a homebuilding industry veteran.
The Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority plans to announce a new CEO at its board meeting this week, a Chesterfield supervisor will not seek re-election and Goochland presents its proposed budget for next fiscal year.
As the fate of one proposal to redevelop the Coliseum and surrounding area remains in apparent limbo, a local developer is offering an alternate proposal to reinvigorate the 10-block stretch of downtown.
A local commercial construction firm is in the hands of new owners as its founder eases into retirement after 47 years in the industry.
Hanover County presents its proposed budget for the coming fiscal year and Henrico votes on a $50 million development proposed in the county’s Westwood area.
An area child development nonprofit gets a PSA from a previous collaborator, a downtown-based bank gets local rebranding help ahead of a $500 million acquisition, and area governments team up on an opioid awareness campaign.
Efforts to provide a new home for the Richmond Police Mounted Unit have hit a hurdle, as preliminary bids for a planned equestrian center to replace the unit’s stables on Brook Road all came in at more than $1 million over budget.
A prominent property along Brookland Park Boulevard that some observers say is holding back the corridor’s potential remains on track for redevelopment, according to its owner.