The financially strapped planned sports facility was evicted Monday from the building that housed its basketball court and weight-lifting facility, and the phone line for memberships has been disconnected.
Fountainhead Development is getting ready to renovate buildings on two city blocks near Fifth and Stockton streets.
One of Richmond’s largest employers is building 300,000 square feet of new space at its massive West Creek campus in Goochland County.
Grubb & Ellis, a national commercial real estate firm with a local affiliate, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday and announced plans to sell the firm to a large investment house.
By starting Richmond’s first “cash mob,” Chesterfield day care owner Rainey Niklawski hopes to steer thousands of dollars in sales to local businesses.
One of the oldest companies in Richmond is shutting its doors and selling its building to be converted into loft apartments.
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A struggling Chesterfield sports complex has some new opponents: Virginia’s consumer protection agency and the attorney general.
The parent of Philip Morris will relocate most of the employees from the WestMark One office building.
John Ross Greer, a local businessman whose illegal dealings in precious metals made Richmond headlines in the 1980s, ran into the law again last week.