The new owners of Richmond’s professional soccer club are looking to net seven figures in new cash as their regime begins.
A Henrico-based hotelier is making its first splash in the city with plans for an eight-story hotel downtown. It will be the first AC Hotel by Marriott location in the state and the project also will include 10 condos.
As a Richmond architecture firm keeps up its legal fight against the developer behind a delayed hotel rehab in Petersburg, a second lawsuit likewise alleging nonpayment on the project has been filed by another area business.
The financial performance of some of the biggest names in the Richmond legal industry earned attention in recent weeks from a popular trade publication, which found that three of the region’s largest law firms brought in a combined $1.6 billion in revenue last year.
“It’s a hard moment for all of us,” CEO David Williams said of the firm’s decision, which comes after it abruptly lost its national flag late last year and one-third of its brokers jumped ship.
From the moment Mike Wilbert and fiancee Caitlin Kilcoin stepped foot in the Stoplight Gelato Cafe about two years ago, they knew its owner was on to something special.
While neighborhood pressure has turned up the heat on one prominent property along Brookland Park Boulevard, another building considered prime for redevelopment and a potential catalyst for the corridor is now up for grabs.
The plug has been pulled on a planned Northside brewery.
The California-based brewer has cut itself loose from its bistro in Germany while a similar concept it’s planning in Richmond’s Fulton neighborhood remains in limbo.
A more concrete clue has emerged as to where Richmond’s first government-approved medical cannabis venture will put down roots.