Changes announced in the C-suite at Dominion, two local bank execs score increased pay packages and while a local REIT drops $6.7 million for some real estate in South Carolina.
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Two local breweries got some love at the nation’s biggest craft beer festival over the weekend.
A Shockoe Slip yoga studio is rolling its mat westward for a second location.
From the outside, the former TowneBank building at 5011 Brook Road looks vacant and unused. But behind the blank façade, the nondescript building is serving as the home base for a military veteran and his ambitious photography project about the country’s national parks.
A wave of newcomers came crashing onto this year’s RVA 25 list of the most rapidly growing local companies. Learn more about this year’s class and view photos from the reception at the 1717 Innovation Center.
What started as a coffee stand in a Hanover hospital has grown into a permanent shop.
A restaurant group from D.C. is bringing a new food and beverage trend to the booming city neighborhood, with a local brewery in tow as its anchor tenant.
A Nelson County-based cidery is replanting its Richmond taproom.
A longtime Hanover retailer is now the third and latest owner of a gun range that opened in the county less than three years ago.
Industrial buildings in Scott’s Addition have become coveted sites for redevelopment. But the new owners of a property on Belleville Street are bucking the trend, and instead are opening a refreshed version of what’s been there for decades.