The year-old suit accused developer Chris Harrison of committing fraud and money laundering in an effort to wrest control of the South Richmond redevelopment, which has since opened its first phase of apartments.
City Center contenders present competing visions for Coliseum-area redevelopment
The city released one-pagers from each of the four finalists that list their team rosters and include site plans and renderings. Local firms on the teams include Bank Street Advisors, Baskervill, Capital Square, Hourigan and Shamin Hotels.
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The NBA Finals gets a locally produced promo, two longtime Brandcenter professors retire, and Buffalo Wild Wings moves on from The Martin Agency. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
Century-old house fronting CCV’s Westhampton course hits market at $4.5M
The century-old house is on one of the largest lots fronting the Country Club of Virginia’s Westhampton course, and across the street from another seven-figure listing that hit the market two days later.
Short Pump I-64 interchange improvements plan clears VDOT hurdle
“Being able to get it out of VDOT was the largest hurdle,” the county manager said of Henrico’s latest push for a long-sought interchange at I-64 and Gayton Road and other traffic improvements planned for the area.
$25M Glenwood Golf Course redevelopment a go after $3M land deal
The deal clears the way for a 290-home development called the Fairways, with buildout anticipated in five years. The project also involves upgrades to Creighton Road.
Game on in Henrico: County marks start of Regency pickleball venue, lands A-10 women’s basketball tourney at VCC
A double play of sorts for Henrico recreation and sports tourism played out over the course of four hours Tuesday.
Riverfront amphitheater moving forward after deal reached with city
The group behind the proposed Richmond Amphitheater announced Monday it has worked out a performance grant agreement with the City of Richmond to make the downtown riverfront venue a reality in time for the 2025 outdoor concert season.
Finger-pointing, default notices preceded VCU Health’s costly project exit
The doomed downtown development that has ended up costing VCU Health at least $80 million to exit appears to have been ill-fated nearly from the start, documents show.
New-to-market developer starting projects on both sides of the river
Middleburg Communities has spent roughly $14 million this year in land deals for the projects, which include a redevelopment of the former Knights Inn motel site on Brook Road.