Coming out of a restructuring period that saw its ranks nearly halved, one of the longer-running agencies in Richmond’s ad scene is regrouping with the launch of a newly branded division that its leaders describe as reflecting a shift in the industry.
Our women-only networking series packed the house at Brunch… in the Fan last week.
Documents detailing the proposed Coliseum-anchored Navy Hill redevelopment are now in the hands of Richmond City Council and posted publicly online, revealing more about the $1.5 billion project than previously known – including two new high-rise buildings planned south of Broad Street.
A Union Hill property named through the years as a place of happiness and hope now can add another description – housing – to its century-long history.
The 226-unit project is a collaboration between developer Tom Wilkinson, The Cameron Foundation, the Petersburg Redevelopment and Housing Authority, and multiple investors.
It was a packed, festive evening last week as BizSense hosted its inaugural young professionals networking event, RVA < 30. And we plan to do more of these for businesspeople age 30 and under.
The third iteration of one of the area’s oldest beer brands is up and running in Shockoe Bottom, as Richbrau Brewing opened for business Thursday at 5 S. 20th St.
Melinda Guevara found inspiration for her family’s latest local restaurant from memories from her childhood – particularly her days spending time in the kitchen with her mother and late grandmother.
Richmond BizSense is proud to begin the seventh annual call to applicants for the RVA 25, our list of the region’s fastest-growing companies.
A Chesterfield-based company’s expansion continues, this time by taking up residence for the summer in the region’s busiest mall.