A more concrete clue has emerged as to where Richmond’s first government-approved medical cannabis venture will put down roots.
Commercial Real Estate
Under new ownership and after more than $2 million in repairs and upgrades, a New Kent County club once left for dead is back in business.
A popular local chicken chain is growing in a Chesterfield suburb.
VCU Health is becoming its own landlord on the Northside after buying a building just off Chamberlayne Avenue from the Robins Foundation.
Facing stiff opposition from area residents and their elected representative, a plan to convert a Monument Avenue office building into apartments hit a snag this week, failing to secure a requested permit for the project.
“The bicycle industry has its ebbs and flows,” said Molly’s Bicycle Shop owner Louis Scheer. “I grew up in the business, and the whole point about going to the bike shop was not just to buy a bike or have yours worked on. It was to hang out.”
As city planners move forward with an initiative to revitalize and redefine a section of Richmond’s Northside, one of the neighborhood’s oldest residents is eyeing a development that would put part of that plan into action.
Powered by a new Ashland tax incentive, the site of a razed hotel and restaurant off Interstate 95 soon will be home to a Hilton offshoot’s first Richmond region location.
A former Blockbuster Video storefront in Midlothian is full of new life.
A new retail shop with a nostalgic streak has opened in Jackson Ward.