A rebrand is in store for a downtown neighborhood market in a move that will give Stella’s owners Johnny and Katrina Giavos a third location for their grocery brand.
One of Richmond’s biggest commercial real estate brokerages is splitting off from its corporate brand – and may be in search of another.
Richmond’s Union Bank & Trust last week announced a deal that will give it its first significant piece of the Northern Virginia market, paving the way for it to become the dominant statewide bank in the commonwealth.
An expansion-hungry chain of sweets shops has found its way to Short Pump, touting its freshly made vegan cinnamon rolls.
It took revenue growth of more than 1,000 percent to land atop BizSense’s latest RVA 25 list of Richmond fastest-growing companies.
Hardywood is preparing to dip its toe into the waters of cider-making.
Another national coworking brand is staking a claim in Richmond, taking a nearly 20,000-square-foot bite out of Scott’s Addition.
A Maryland-based company has chosen South Richmond as the site of one of Virginia’s first medical cannabis dispensaries.
Chesterfield County’s multifamily real estate market drew upwards of $165 million in deals last week, driven in part by so-called 1031 exchanges.
A fast-growing chain of high-tech golf driving ranges has secured the site for its first Richmond-area location – and in the process, set a high bar for land prices in a section of Henrico that county officials are eyeing for growth.