Eight years into his 16-year federal prison sentence for a multimillion-dollar historic tax credit scheme, a notorious Richmond real estate developer is getting a reprieve.
As the fate of one proposal to redevelop the Coliseum and surrounding area remains in apparent limbo, a local developer is offering an alternate proposal to reinvigorate the 10-block stretch of downtown.
In a deal that allows its founder to retire, a longtime local insurance company is under new ownership.
A local grocery and produce delivery company is laying seeds to expand north.
A local commercial construction firm is in the hands of new owners as its founder eases into retirement after 47 years in the industry.
A prominent property along Brookland Park Boulevard that some observers say is holding back the corridor’s potential remains on track for redevelopment, according to its owner.
The two banks have a combined 75 local branches and nearly $8 billion in local deposits, along with major mortgage, investment banking and wealth-management operations based in Richmond.
In one of its priciest Richmond property grabs to date, a local development firm is betting big on Monroe Ward.
With plans for a satellite taproom on Forest Hill Avenue already in the works, a fast-growing Scott’s Addition-based brewery looks to be planning another facility in South Richmond.
Tucked on the back side of a recently redeveloped former Chinatown bus depot near Scott’s Addition, the newest entrant in the competitive local golf scene is up and running.