Area architecture firms are not immune to the effects of the changing business climate amid the coronavirus pandemic, particularly those that do business in the hard-hit hospitality industry.
A Shockoe Bottom eatery has tapped out permanently, while its sister restaurant in the West End continues cooking.
“Our industry, we were the first shut down, and we will be the last to reopen, because what we do is big gatherings of people.”
As the coronavirus outbreak continues to alter the world as we know it, area ad agencies are rolling out new work that’s playing a part in the response, while also adjusting how they reflect a cultural landscape that is changing by the day.
A lot of otherwise run-of-the-mill tasks are proving to be trickier than usual in the age of coronavirus. That apparently includes closing on a mortgage.
As one electric scooter rental company hits pause on its Richmond operations, another operator continues service in the city as the coronavirus pandemic rages.
Construction, food and beverage, retail and others are able to continue operating onsite following the governor’s order Monday to shut down non-essential businesses and schools.
Calling all local businesses and workers to share how your place of employment is managing the ever-changing situation. Let’s get the discussion going.
“The plans are to someday have a world-class stadium there that VCU and the Squirrels can use. They’re working through that right now,” Gov. Ralph Northam said Tuesday.
Shamin Hotels recently opened the region’s lone Sheraton-branded hotel, purchased a Hyatt Place in Chester and has started on its new Moxy Hotels by Marriott, among other endeavors.