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.
Amidst its breweries, cideries and growing nightlife options, Scott’s Addition has lured a tenant of a higher calling.
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.