A year after selling its first project there in an eight-figure flip, an apartment developer already familiar with West Creek Business Park is back for another go.
An industry nonprofit taps a team of Brandcenter students to help promote its annual diversity conference, a downtown animation studio names a new creative director, and a state elections agency and a William & Mary-spawned poll worker recruitment group get new websites.
“City Hall is 19 stories tall. Can you imagine that next to the Fan? It just doesn’t make any sense,” said a West Grace Street resident.
The 10,000-square-foot mansion is up for grabs publicly for the first time in six decades. The last owner was a Massey.
Based in Henrico, Koontz Bryant Johnson Williams already had offices in Ohio, Kentucky and Wisconsin in addition to a branch in Chester and its headquarters at 1703 N. Parham Road.
A so-called “pre-final” version of the Richmond 300 plan that was released in draft form earlier this year is to be presented to the Planning Commission at its regular meeting today.
A second phase of apartments in the Boulders is up for a vote in Chesterfield, a multiuse development in Hanover is deferred again, Petersburg breaks ground on a park-and-ride facility and Richmond projects a larger fiscal-year surplus.
The nearly 180-year-old mansion at 1 W. Main St., named for the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, is being marketed as a residential listing as well as a commercial opportunity, as the property’s zoning allows both by right.
Two years into his ongoing personal bankruptcy, local house rehabber Josh Romano is facing a lawsuit from a former lender seeking $750,000 in damages.
The president and CEO of WebStrategies is set to take on majority ownership of the company through an agreement with its founder.