Eastern Henrico County’s largest open-air shopping center has been put on the market.
As regulations to legalize dockless electric scooters and bicycles in Richmond make their way through City Hall, questions remain as to the effectiveness and fate of the city’s own bike share program.
The Massachusetts-based owner of the riverfront WestRock/Costar building downtown has made an eight-figure move into Henrico, while helping secure a successful exit for a local private-equity firm.
An out-of-town buyer has come back for another bite of the Richmond market, snagging two apartment properties from a local developer.
The price of real estate continues to climb in the city’s hottest neighborhood, as two local developers last week dropped seven figures for less than an acre of land in Scott’s Addition.
Gary LeClair travels to France several times a year, working the land and living the rustic life in his Provencal farmhouse called Mas de Oliviers – French for “farmhouse of olive trees.”
A local company has taken the next step in its plan for an eight-figure office development in the Westwood area of Henrico County.
A local Asian restaurant is preparing for its last call after more than a decade in business, as a regional chain is planning to wipe the property clean for a new use.
A massive residential development in Chesterfield County is entering 2019 with an approval for one of its biggest projects to date.
Rather than thinking about retirement, a longtime local law firm accountant is driving full-on into a new entrepreneurial venture that stems from his lifelong pastime.