A crowd of homebuilders, developers and real estate agents huddled inside a heated tent in the under-development River Mill community for Richmond BizSense’s third “Future Of” event.
Less than a year after rallying the city to take action on the property, a Richmond developer already active along Brookland Park Boulevard has added the corridor’s dormant theater building to his holdings in the neighborhood.
Henrico reports more townhomes, and a tennis club gets an update. Chesterfield continues to work on its new schools and reports more townhouses. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A new-to-market juice bar brand has blended into a West End-area shopping center.
Soon after he got his law degree from the University of Richmond, Brian Pitney, now an attorney and shareholder at Sands Anderson, said he felt compelled to pick back up what he had dabbled with and left in high school art class: ceramics.
A Henrico County farm once planned for a 3,000-home development is now slated for public uses, including waterfront parks, school sites and a long-desired county history museum.
A dousing of late summer heat wasn’t enough to keep a crowd of 300 from pouring into the Port City complex Wednesday evening for the latest installment of BizSense’s Hard Hat Happy Hour series.
A frontrunner finally has emerged in the race to open two high-tech driving range and entertainment facilities in the Richmond market.
Acute Gallery opened last month at 215 W. Clay St. after more than two years of renovations on its 120-year-old building, including a gutting job and moving a staircase.
Local members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints got their first glimpse of a planned 11-acre temple complex – the church’s first in Virginia – that’s set to rise in Henrico County.