Engels sat down with BizSense last week to talk about the state of the craft beer market, how Stone Richmond is doing, growing pressure from the hard seltzer craze and his optimism that Stone Bistro will someday be built in Fulton.
A Henrico-based homebuilder known for its large projects in the suburbs has broken ground for the first time in the city of Richmond.
A local outdoors company looked to an unusual part of town for a real estate deal: the middle of the James River. It’s the second river island that members of the group have purchased in the last year.
Capping a busy summer of legal moves in the Richmond market, an out-of-town law firm has opened its first Virginia office in Innsbrook.
A developer from Hampton Roads is looking to pile on more residential density in Innsbrook.
A Shockoe Slip hotel is set to become the latest asset of a Richmond-based real estate investment trust.
Three months after the Henrico-based direct mail and printing company abruptly shut its doors, three of its creditors are attempting to force it into bankruptcy in an effort to retrieve over $8 million owed.
A local Fortune 500 company is shifting its growth plans into a new gear as it prepares to roll into one of the city’s newest mixed-use developments.
A frontrunner finally has emerged in the race to open two high-tech driving range and entertainment facilities in the Richmond market.
The former Relay Foods warehouse at 1601 Roseneath Road is under contract to be sold to the South Carolina-based firm, which is planning to raze the building to make way for 350 apartments and retail space.