An ongoing development spanning 900 acres in Chesterfield County is churning out hundreds of new home lots in a bounce back from the recession. And a few of those homes will be on display at the upcoming annual Homerama event.
A local developer plans to add a new batch of single-family homes to the East End, targeting first-time buyers with prices below $150,000.
MeadWestvaco is suing the U.S. Treasury for $47 million, claiming it was shorted more than half of what it’s owed in economic stimulus money related to a massive Virginia energy complex.
Two groups of students at VCU’s Brandcenter have come up with solutions to the Redskins’ identity crisis. And the school intends to get the ideas in front of team officials.
Altria, Brink’s and First Capital Bancorp disclose executive compensations; two dozen CarMax executives and directors cash out stock options or acquired or dispose of shares; and Community Bankers Trust reports interest and dividend income down, net income up in 2014.
Working on a rare piece of undeveloped land within the city, a developer is beginning site work on the first batch of townhomes set to rise in Forest Hill.
The convicted developer’s grand West End home – now a massive eyesore condemned by the city – is once again scheduled for auction as its owner serves his 16-year sentence.
A recent agreement between a local real estate association and a national listing company helped prevent Richmond-area brokers and agents from seeing their properties go dark on at least two popular websites.
The club’s annual showcase of local advertising firms recognized dozens of agencies and the campaigns they created. And one of the top prizes – the Ad Person of the Year – went to the head of an 8-year-old Cary Street company.
Dozens of speakers from varying backgrounds and professions took the stage Friday for the annual TEDxRVA event.