Bruce Milam launched his own firm after more than 25 years in Richmond real estate.
A proposed $350 million, 20-story office tower and mixed-use complex at 500 N. 10th St. would salvage part of the failed Navy Hill plan.
The city’s efforts to acquire the land for a planned slavery commemorative site are moving forward anyway, but the owners would fight eminent domain.
“I created so much for other people and now I’ve finally made something for myself,” said the owner, who has baked and taught classes for decades.
The focus area includes the Rockwood Square, Oxbridge Square and Rockwood Plaza shopping centers at the intersection of Hull Street and Courthouse roads.
A project began in 2019 to double the size of the fleet to 440 bikes and 40 dock stations but today there are still 20 stations and two of them are closed.
The owners are aiming for zero waste by having a sister company build tree swings and ziplines out of the timber it collects when it removes trees.
Southern Community Bank, an offshoot of Sevier County Bank, is the third new bank John Presley has helped launch locally.
GreenCity, a casino RFP, and a project to replace the Diamond loom as the fate of retailers, restaurants and office space hangs on COVID.
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