The Southside mall is about to lose one of its original tenants, which recently opened a newly built store in Willow Lawn.
With its second city location nearing completion on Boulevard, a beloved gas station chain may select Manchester for a third.
Elephant Auto Insurance pays back nearly $50,000 it was not entitled to under the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.
The project, first set for West Creek, will be a 130-unit development.
A local nonprofit’s redevelopment of the Citadel of Hope property in Union Hill is taking shape, anchoring a wave of new development that has some neighbors concerned about impacts to an adjacent cobblestone street.
A local nonprofit’s plan to convert a Manchester church into a homeless shelter has been met with mixed reception from area residents, including some vocal dissent coming from developers who have a stake in the Southside neighborhood.
A Monument Avenue office building overlooking Richmond’s largest Confederate statue has been emptied and is slated for a residential conversion.
A group of local investors has bagged the bones of a shuttered department store at a struggling Henrico mall and is weighing how to reuse the property.
DHR’s conclusion likely will help remove the last major obstacle that had caused the Richmond City Council to repeatedly delay a vote on demolishing the building to make way for Stone’s World Bistro & Gardens.
Company will move its corporate headquarters from Toano into the 53,000-square-foot former Southern Season building at 4901 Bakers Mill Lane in Gumenick Properties’ Libbie Mill-Midtown development.