“I think that companies that are in densely populated areas, like New York City, New Jersey, Boston, are going to be looking to expand their footprint, decentralize some of their staffing, and that really positions greater Richmond in a prime location to capture those opportunities.”
With its client roster rocked by the coronavirus pandemic, a local PR firm focused on the food and beverage industry is making its own adjustment to the times, joining forces with a peer that’s adding marketing services to its menu.
A national infectious diseases nonprofit taps a Richmond firm for web design work, a local agency and photographer collaborate on a Father’s Day campaign for a sports bar and restaurant chain, and several area shops assist clients in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The $4 million redevelopment of the St. Luke Building, which housed the bank and other businesses of the pioneering entrepreneur and activist, is complete.
The state’s Phase Three reopening guidelines take effect this week, Richmond City Council talks police reform and monument removal, Powhatan taps a former Henrico official as its next county administrator, and a new round of business assistance grants roll out in Chesterfield.
As the public weighs in on what they want to see developed on city-owned properties around the Richmond Coliseum, city administrators are moving forward with a process to consider a recent proposal from a developer for one of those properties.
Six months after receiving an initial thumbs down from the county, a reworked version of a hotel-anchored development that would bring hundreds of new homes and other uses to central Chesterfield has secured the approval of county supervisors.
A recurring collaboration between two Richmond development firms is bearing fruit in the form of three residential projects targeting low-income renters that are taking shape in different parts of the city.
After getting several glances from developers over the years, the century-old hotel, which last operated in 1969, appears to be on track for a modern-day revival.
The city now has new rules lined up to make short-term home rentals legal, while council also voted Monday night to declare one of the Navy Hill properties surplus, allowing for a formal RFP.