Coming out of a restructuring period that saw its ranks nearly halved, one of the longer-running agencies in Richmond’s ad scene is regrouping with the launch of a newly branded division that its leaders describe as reflecting a shift in the industry.
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.
Carvana and a data center-solar farm hybrid are back before Chesterfield’s Planning Commission, Henrico lays groundwork for Regency Square’s mixed-use transformation, and a Richmond firm advises Petersburg and Ashland on bond refinancing.
As proposed rules for short-term residential rentals head to Richmond City Council later this year, a clearer picture of public sentiment on the issue is being gleaned from survey results that could end up being used to reshape the regulations.
An accelerated effort to let voters weigh in on the public funding portion of the proposed Navy Hill development was struck down Wednesday by a divided Richmond City Council.
Less than two weeks after a hastily called announcement that the proposed Navy Hill development was ready for public review, Richmond City Council is set to meet tonight in the second of two last-minute meetings to decide whether to put the $1.5 billion project’s financials to voters in a referendum in November.
One of the largest tracts of residential real estate along western Henrico’s River Road corridor hit the market over the weekend, in what is by far the priciest suburban home listing in the area in recent memory.
An area business organization gets a new website with help from a local agency, a former employee returns to a Richmond marketing firm, and two Brandcenter alums join the school’s faculty in the latest ad news roundup.
Lots happening in Henrico this week with a $105 million bond issuance tied to a recent referendum, rezoning and permit requests for a shopping mall’s mixed-use conversion, a local architecture firm’s design contract goes up again, and a desired indoor arena for the county remains in play.
The nearly $3 million purchase of a 12,000-square-foot mansion overlooking the James River eclipsed all other Richmond-area home sales in July, coming in more than $1.5 million above the next-highest sale in a month that was full of million-dollar deals.
Monday’s document dump for the proposed Navy Hill redevelopment revealed not only the $1.5 billion project’s nitty-gritty details, but also the businesses playing a part in bringing the plan to life, with several Richmond-based firms among them.