The North Carolina-based firm is known for its mixed-use projects with tenants such as Publix, Starbucks and Pottery Barn.
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Inspired by his father and funded in part by his sister, Gavin Kilby cited family values as the impetus for launching Chesterfield’s latest cannabidiol (CBD) retail shop.
In a plan stamped by the city as a “priority economic development project,” the real estate arm of a local spice dynasty has something big in mind for the next phase of its Whole Foods-anchored development along West Broad Street.
A legal fight between Henrico County and one of its biggest residential developers has made its way to the state’s highest court.
After three years of planning, a former Bon Secours employee finally has realized her dream of owning her own café.
For former banker and local Sweet Frog franchisee Billy Salter, a chance encounter at a Christmas get-together proved to be an opportunity for his next business venture.
A Southern food concept is relocating from Shockoe Bottom to become the first commercial user in the 2-year-old mixed-use development.
“When we shut down Guitar Works, I had it set in my head I was going to go into something completely different,” Hedgepath said. “But music’s kind of like a calling and you can’t really get away from it.”
“This is some of the most beautiful property in the city,” said developer Tom Papa. “You’re not going to find sites like this anymore, so we have to be mindful of how we develop it.”
A Scott’s Addition brewery has a couple new tricks up its sleeve.