A 1920s-era Boulevard building that recently sold for $1.43 million will see its decades-long tradition of auto service press forward.
Commercial Real Estate
The disco ball at a longtime local skating rink spins no more, after it closed for business and its building was snatched up for twice its assessed value.
A husband-and-wife team wants to bring some extra shine to a Henrico plot once slated for a Hummer test-driving track.
An historic building in the thick of the urban revival taking place along Boulevard has been snatched up by an out-of-town developer.
A development that could be the first step in urbanizing Innsbrook marched forward this week, while a new Short Pump tap house got the green light to brew its own beer.
A new-to-Richmond tech firm unveiled its downtown office this week, doing its best to conjure a Silicon Valley aesthetic along the James River.
A Wisconsin-based architecture firm with a 14-year track record in Virginia has picked Richmond for its fourth office and Mid-Atlantic hub.
Two sites in the sought-after neighborhood have lured more business tenants to join the bevy of apartment dwellers and breweries.
Named for its building’s unique architecture, a new art gallery is coming to Jackson Ward.
A five-star facelift four years in the making is getting its grand reveal at the downtown Richmond landmark.