With a buyer lined up, the family behind one of the largest and most visible manufacturing sites on the city’s Southside has a deal in the works to rezone the property and clear a path for potential redevelopment.
BizSense’s list of Richmond’s fastest-growing companies is back for its sixth year and we’re putting out the annual call to local businesses that are on a hot streak.
A two-block stretch of the area is being eyed for two developments that backers say are intended to spur the corridor’s revitalization.
After initially taking things slow, the city is ready to ramp up discussions on replacing the aging arena and redeveloping much of the surrounding acreage.
The local developer has pulled off a multimillion-dollar flip on a downtown office building in barely a year’s time.
Inspired by a European upbringing, Zazoli Sweets is looking to add some more sugar to the Libbie-Grove retail corridor.
The South Carolina-based buyer plans to invest an additional $2 million to restore a dormant New Kent County club.
A Richmonder has traded banking and data for bottles and draft lines by buying a chain of local beer shops.
A plot of land next to the new Institute for Contemporary Art has sold to the school, one year after its previous owner announced plans to build an 18-story tower there.
A pair of recently built houses is introducing a product – and price point – not typically seen in the neighborhood in Richmond’s Northside.