Amid questions and theories about the future of office space in the age of coronavirus, a new office development on W. Clay Street is full steam ahead.
Back on more stable financial ground, a locally based bank is set to get its third CEO in six years. Midlothian-based Community Bankers Bank earlier this month announced Gary Shook, a veteran Virginia banker and former longtime head of Middleburg Bank, as its next chief executive. Shook, 60, will replace Billy Beale, who came out… Read more »
Round one in the legal bout between local accounting giant Cherry Bekaert and Richmond real estate heavyweight Thalhimer has ended, but the jousting continues.
After years of struggling to figure how best to run the pro shop at his public golf course, Giff Breed decided to turn to the professionals.
Main commercial corridors in the city that had just begun to reopen in the face of coronavirus are closed once again, as long stretches of downtown east of Arthur Ashe Boulevard are now boarded up as they ride out the wave of protests spurred by the death of George Floyd.
It will take more than 3,000 pounds of explosives and about 16 seconds to topple the 21-story tower at 701 E. Cary St. tomorrow morning.
The bank will open its first Richmond-area branch in part of the old Infuzion night club property at 1401 Roseneath Road, a redeveloped building it will share with restaurant Wood & Iron.
Downtown Richmond has been pretty quiet of late thanks to the coronavirus. But there will be plenty of action during the wee hours of the morning on May 30.
The banking giant continues to push ahead with its first retail branches in the Richmond region, and the landlord on one of its Henrico locations has put the property on the market even before the bank has officially opened for business.
Seven locally based companies made the coveted list published each year by Fortune Magazine, which released its latest edition Monday. The rankings are based on annual revenue.