The nation’s largest home construction firm has picked a community in Chesterfield County to stake its first claim in the Richmond housing market.
As the Winter Olympics continue on, a local coach who once vied for a spot in the games is watching from his new digs in Canterbury Shopping Center.
Three courses between Richmond and Williamsburg remain in flux, with one under contract to be purchased by surrounding residents and the other two shuttered for the time being.
A property that for years housed a club venue in the heart of VCU is now in the university’s grasp.
The chief legal officer and partner of downtown law firm LeClairRyan leaves this weekend for a 2,200-mile trek, taking the first of 5 million steps from Georgia to Maine.
After hitting tax credit roadblocks for a historic Scott’s Addition building, two restaurateurs are exploring options for the property and looking at other locations for a new beer company.
Michael and Laura Dyer Hild are doubling down on the Hull Street beer scene, which they are single-handedly creating.
The golf and entertainment venue planned in Henrico County just west of Scott’s Addition has cleared its last major hurdle.
A New York developer is making an eight-figure first impression in Richmond with the purchase of an apartment building – doorman included.
A notorious Richmond landlord with a history of legal troubles is facing fresh allegations of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case. A year after filing for personal bankruptcy, Oliver Lawrence, who once was sentenced by a judge to live in one of his dilapidated rental properties, is being accused of plotting with… Read more »