Named for one of Richmond’s largest rail yards, Fulton Yard is planned for a mix of 535 apartments and 106,000 square feet of commercial space on 20 acres. The requisite rezoning now heads to City Council and the Board of Supervisors.
The shell of what’s left of Richmond law firm LeClairRyan was put into Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Tuesday, leaving creditors, including its landlord at the SunTrust Center downtown, on the hook for tens of millions of dollars.
A major local landlord has parted ways with a chunk of his holdings in the Fan and Museum District.
As Richmond City Council prepares to kick the tires of the latest Navy Hill development proposal, one component of the project previously described as integral to its success is no longer among the plans to be reviewed.
The collapse of LeClairRyan continues to be an opportunity for its competitors in and outside of Richmond. The shuttered firm’s CEO also departed this week, while pondering his next move.
The lease would begin Jan. 1, 2020 and run for a minimum of 20 years. The county would retain ownership of the 125-acre property.
Less than a month after falling into bankruptcy and laying off a portion of its 300 workers in downtown Richmond, a Texas-based blood-testing company is setting itself up to be sold.
A group of seasoned developers is stepping on the accelerator in a reinvention of a former Southside car dealership property.
The national brand, which uses a duck logo and competes with the likes of Vineyard Vines and Southern Tide, has only three other brick-and-mortar locations.
The real estate investor paid $975,000 this month for a building around the corner from his Tobacco Co. restaurant, further fortifying his stake in the Slip.