The first phase of office space at the Whole Foods-anchored Sauer Center continues to take shape off West Broad Street. Hundreds of employees from Great Minds, Barton Malow, SingleStone and CarMax will soon fill the site. And watch out for the T-Rex!
Get a sneak peek of South Falls Tower, the new development from WVS Cos. and Fountainhead Real Estate. Video is presented by Sands Anderson.
For this month’s episode, presented by Sands Anderson, we take you to The Ella, a sprawling mixed-use development underway on a 6-acre section of the UMFS campus just west of Scott’s Addition.
The old Muse Buick dealership property is the focus of our latest episode of the Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson. This month we take you to the Riviera on Semmes, where Monument Cos. and The Edison Co. are converting the old car dealer into apartments and a new restaurant. Enjoy… Read more »
The last episode of the year of our Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tours takes you to Westhampton Commons, where Thalhimer and Bon Secours are redeveloping the old Westhampton School site at the corner of Libbie and Patterson avenues.
We’re headed south of the river to Manchester for the latest episode of the Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson. This month we take you inside The Current, a massive mixed-use project taking shape at 400 Hull St., where developer Lynx Ventures is building more than 70,000 square feet of office… Read more »
We’re headed to Forest Hill for the latest monthly installment of the Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson.
For the latest installment of our Hard Hat Happy Hour Virtual Tour, presented by Sands Anderson, we take you on a tour of the ongoing transformation of Regency Square from aging suburban mall to modernized mixed-use development. This recurring video series takes you inside some of the most noteworthy real estate developments under construction in… Read more »
The latest episode takes you Common House Richmond, a new social club under construction at 305 W. Broad St. in the Arts District.
Coming out of left field, Richmond BizSense, with the help of the Richmond Flying Squirrels, is proud to introduce a socially-distanced outing to give local companies and their employees a much-needed day at the ballpark.