A multimillion-dollar renovation of a federally subsidized apartment complex in Henrico is signaling a new trend of county involvement in such projects, with more to come.
Commercial Real Estate
One of the bigger storefronts in Carytown is set to become available next year as the owners of a longtime Richmond furniture and home decor shop head into retirement.
The group behind the redevelopment of the struggling West End mall appears to be cashing in on some of its success at the ever-evolving property.
Richmond property owners rehabbing or developing commercial properties soon will have a new financial incentive to include clean energy and water efficiency upgrades in their projects.
Virginia Commonwealth Bank and Village Bank are each trimming their location counts in the county.
Hild sought and received permission from the federal government to sell the properties, which include the old bank building at 1518 Hull St. and the old Lighthouse Diner building at 1228 Hull St.
Good Ship Brewing, a brewpub with a $2 million development budget, is in the works in the city’s downtown, across from the Beacon Theatre.
The race to increase data center capacity in a Henrico County tech park appears to be escalating as a long-time tenant prepares to triple its footprint.
A small local financial institution founded nearly 60 years ago to serve employees of the Chesterfield County government is looking to be absorbed by the region’s largest credit union.
An effort to increase the number of local workers entering the construction industry is attracting support from Richmond-area builders and philanthropists, as backers aim to reach a fundraising goal for a new training facility on a nonprofit’s Southside campus.