A local nonprofit’s conversion of an old West Broad Street hotel and a new-construction mixed-use building from two well-known local developers took one step forward toward city approval Monday.
A New York-based company’s plan to build a three-story driving range and entertainment venue near Short Pump has received unanimous approval from the county.
After being on and off the Chesterfield County docket for more than a year, the long-planned and highly debated mixed-use development in Midlothian must wait yet another month to learn its fate.
The council approved funding for a shopping center acquisition and extended the timeline for construction of a grocery store in the area.
A Northside private school’s bid for $8.3 million in debt to help finance expansion plans got a boost, as did City Hall health food options.
The city’s zoning commission has rejected an appeal by residents of Sherwood Park and Ginter Park neighborhoods aimed at halting construction of a 301-unit apartment building.
Part of a local nonprofit’s long-term plan to redevelop its Broad Street campus has won the blessing of Richmond City Council, as did a re-designation of several Fulton Hill properties.
A new section of a housing development and a solar energy facility in Henrico were given the green light by the county’s Board of Supervisors this week.
County supervisors have begun clarifying their policy on cash proffers following a recent wave of requests — and some confusion — from developers seeking to waive or reduce the payments.
Henrico County’s Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance to raise connection, service and usage fees for water and sewage, and approved a construction contract for the $280 million Cobbs Creek Reservoir.