A Nelson County-based cidery is replanting its Richmond taproom.
Commercial Real Estate
A longtime Hanover retailer is now the third and latest owner of a gun range that opened in the county less than three years ago.
The gas station and convenience store giant would raze the longtime Arby’s restaurant, but would preserve the old cowboy hat sign that dates to the 1970s.
Following a series of office leases and moves since entering the Richmond market three years ago, a residential real estate brokerage with roots in the Peninsula has found a place to call home locally for the long haul.
Industrial buildings in Scott’s Addition have become coveted sites for redevelopment. But the new owners of a property on Belleville Street are bucking the trend, and instead are opening a refreshed version of what’s been there for decades.
Encouraged by sales at one of its comparable developments a couple miles up the street, a homebuilder already juggling multiple projects in Henrico is looking to return to the county’s Route 1 corridor for its next multifamily community.
A Long Island-based chain co-founded by a UR alum has chosen a Henrico shopping center for its first location south of the Mason-Dixon Line.
The site of two controversial development proposals that never came to pass is now slated to be filled with solar panels and computing storage buildings.
As they pondered concepts for their second restaurant, sisters Rosio and Karina Garcia knew one thing for certain: The venture bearing their mother’s nickname had to be bold in flavor and design.
In its hunt for a new office layout, a local financial firm is leaving its downtown home after a decade and headed south of the river.