A Richmond-based grocer is closing its out-of-state outpost after a six-year run, but is keeping open the prospect of another Richmond location.
Commercial Real Estate
An oblong tract of land that sits between Interstate 95 and The Diamond has found a suitor after five years on the market.
With city zoning in and around Scott’s Addition recently updated to accommodate denser development, Richmond planners now are shifting their attention to another district along the bus rapid transit corridor that’s largely driving the changes.
A grocery store that earlier this year replaced Martin’s in a Henrico shopping center has gone out of business.
As development interest south of the city has some property owners along Route 5 fearing the future, Henrico County planners are pushing a plan they say would lay the groundwork for protecting and preserving the distinctly rural corridor.
Four months after an initial proposal aroused local controversy, a revised plan to give historic designation to hundreds of Manchester-area properties has received the endorsement of state regulators.
One of Richmond’s biggest commercial real estate brokerages is splitting off from its corporate brand – and may be in search of another.
Safety Team Brewing will move forward with its plans to open on the site of a former Brookland car wash, while plans to construct a $32 million apartment complex near VUU have stalled.
Richmond’s Union Bank & Trust last week announced a deal that will give it its first significant piece of the Northern Virginia market, paving the way for it to become the dominant statewide bank in the commonwealth.
An expansion-hungry chain of sweets shops has found its way to Short Pump, touting its freshly made vegan cinnamon rolls.