The 226-unit project is a collaboration between developer Tom Wilkinson, The Cameron Foundation, the Petersburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority, and multiple investors.
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After stalling foot traffic at their Chesterfield location set them off in search of a new home, the owners of a local hot dog shop have landed in Carytown.
Three vacant homes in Richmond’s Barton Heights neighborhood are set to be revitalized through a collaboration between two local nonprofits.
A longtime local development company is preparing to transition into a new incarnation to be led by one of its longtime executives – and it already has three projects on the drawing board.
Two area startups are on a roll with raising money in order to expand their services, with one closing out an $850,000 haul and another that’s just begun to go up to $750,000.
A minor league baseball all-star game hasn’t made a stop in Richmond since 1992, back in the days when The Diamond wasn’t considered aged and the city’s baseball team was the Triple-A Richmond Braves.
The operators of a sprawling residential estate-turned-event venue – colloquially referred to as the “castle in Goochland” – are branching out into Short Pump with a new event space, restaurant and bar that will replace The Wine Loft.
Coworking concepts have been catching on in Richmond in a big way, but so far they’ve been mostly concentrated in the downtown area.
A new music studio is setting the stage for a launch in downtown Richmond in the next few months.
The British are coming. You’d better grab goggles and a towel.