A $2 million land deal has cleared the way for the second phase of an under-construction development that’s slated to bring more than 200 apartments to Henrico’s Westwood area.
Area architecture firms are not immune to the effects of the changing business climate amid the coronavirus pandemic, particularly those that do business in the hard-hit hospitality industry.
At a time when people around the world are looking for help in the face of crisis, a new TV documentary series that’s rooted in Richmond is putting a spotlight on international stories of overcoming struggle, through the lens of the business side of global giving.
Applications start today for the city’s small business disaster loan program, Chesterfield tweaks its budget proposal by $50 million, and an appeal of a site plan for an industrial park in Hanover is up for a vote this week.
With the spread of coronavirus forecast to surge in Virginia in the next two months, facilities across the state are being assessed for potential use as temporary hospitals, with several options apparent in the Richmond region.
As area localities revise their fiscal budgets amid plummeting revenues and grim economic forecasts, one local government is going a step further in its response to the coronavirus, furloughing hundreds of employees indefinitely.
A residential real estate team backed by an online brokerage has found a brick-and-mortar home in western Henrico, less than a mile from where a new player in the market is planting its own flag near Short Pump.
A Scott’s Addition-based agency’s media services division picks up work in Roanoke, a national clothing retailer selects a Richmond firm as its creative lead, and a local sports advocacy nonprofit selects an area shop to brand an extension of the Virginia Capital Trail.
“Our industry, we were the first shut down, and we will be the last to reopen, because what we do is big gatherings of people.”
Local developer Clark Glavé has put the finishing touches on his multimillion-dollar renovation of a 20,000-square-foot, 19th-century mansion that’s seen its fair share of global viral outbreaks.