The city’s newest brewery has struck a pact to get its beers flowing from taps beyond its recently opened facility in Scott’s Addition.
The short-lived Blue Ridge Arsenal has reopened under a different name, with the property’s landlords now running the show.
The local firms in this year’s rankings reported a combined $721.8 million in revenue in 2016.
As the Redskins’ training camp was leaving town ahead of NFL preseason, one of the team’s star players stayed behind to cut some ribbon.
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity plans to open a new location of its ReStore brand of shops at Chesterfield Towne Center.
A retailer that built its name around bow ties, neckties, cummerbunds and polo shirts is moving its flagship store to Short Pump Town Center.
Fresh off selling one of its downtown properties to VCU, the local museum is ready to bring a $25 million addition to the riverfront.
A fast-growing clothes company has taken on an additional 60,000 square feet of warehouse space in Sandston.
After four years making its own brand of flavored e-cig liquid, a Chesterfield-based company has added a tangent to its business model.
A batch of fledgling companies soon will be rooming with a more seasoned startup in the neighborhood’s remodeled HandCraft building.