The work had been outsourced and the county will now conform with the annual reassessment calendar used by most localities in the area.
Commercial Real Estate
The owner of Absolute Stone Design, a former professional midfielder in Europe, is self-funding the $500,000 buildout of Val’s Sportsplex.
The city wants to sell the properties to housing nonprofits and private developers, with goals of adding to the tax base and increasing the city’s supply of lower-income housing.
The Boys and Girls Club, First Tee of Greater Richmond, Communities In Schools of Richmond, and Higher Achievement’s Richmond office are moving in together at 100 Everett St.
The brewer plans to open a tasting room at 1509 Belleville St., about two blocks from its current home at 1301 Roseneath Road.
Order at 405 E. Grace St., and The Confident Barbershop at 11051 Three Chopt Road, will offer clients a fancier experience than Richmond is used to.
“We could tear it down and do more apartments,” said Capital Square’s Adam Stiffel. “I want to bring it back to life.”
The finalists are Urban One, which is pitching a site at 2001 Walmsley Blvd. in the Southside, and The Cordish Cos., which is seeking to build at 1301 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd.
Dallas-based Hillwood Enterprises is planning a 2.6 million-square-foot industrial complex and the online retailer will take 120 acres of the 247-acre site.
The homegrown startup’s move from a smaller space on the Southside follows Spy Rock Real Estate Group’s purchase of the site on Ellen Road last fall.