The City of Richmond’s efforts to remediate the former Fulton Gas Works site for reuse or redevelopment will mean the loss of nearly all of the site’s century-old structures, including the main building beside Williamsburg Avenue.
For Trevor Ferguson, growing produce started as a hobby in his garage. That pastime has blossomed into a new agricultural startup.
The buyer is an entity tied to Larry Page, whose Page Automotive operates the neighboring Audi dealership.
The real estate research giant has a deal in the works to potentially add to the downtown skyline.
An increasing popular libation is giving rise to a pair of new regional booze brands.
Richmond’s resident utility giant is breaking off a chunk of its holdings in Innsbrook in a move that could bring more multifamily development to the suburban office park.
The fast-casual chain has 20 locations nationally. The Arts District space will be its first in Richmond.
Units likely would range from $800 to $950 per month, with a minimum lease term of 90 days.
A Southside storefront has traded freshly starched shirts for swinging sledgehammers.
Police response to the first month of protests and demonstrations in Richmond cost the city more than $1.6 million in overtime pay for officers.