The university is planning an athletics village that may include a fieldhouse, tennis center and a baseball stadium for the Rams and Flying Squirrels.
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Happy Palette offers art classes for children and a place for them to be social during the pandemic.
It will be at least the fourth Richmond-area branch in the works for Chase, in addition to the first two it opened this year in Short Pump and Henrico.
The nine-story, 310,000-square-foot facility, which the company shares with WestRock, is next to a 4-acre parcel CoStar bought this summer for $20 million for a planned office tower.
The retail pivoting has worked thus far, and the company has been able to break even without resorting to layoffs or pay cuts.
LaMar Dixon isn’t giving up on his long-promised business incubator, even if the building it was planned for remains in legal limbo. The local real estate agent and principal of Dixon/Lee Development Group is preparing to open Capital Station, an incubator for first-time entrepreneurs, at 1322 W. Broad St. The VCU-area storefront is about a… Read more »
COVID-19 has cut revenue and the owner said she couldn’t sustain the business without financial aid as the pandemic lingers.
The 6,000-square-foot Short Pump office, the primary care company’s seventh location, has 14 employees.
An entity tied to local HVAC firm Woodfin purchased the property Nov. 18 for $3.5 million but said it doesn’t have any immediate plans to redevelop it.
With no reopening in sight, the 94-year-old theater at 6 North Laurel St. is getting a new coat of paint and upgrades to its HVAC system.