The seller of the grocery-anchored property was Virginia Beach-based Armada Hoffler and the buyer was another publicly traded REIT based in Canada.
A bit of extra regulatory breathing room from loosened ABC restrictions during the pandemic has opened up new, and in some cases potentially business-saving revenue streams, for many local liquor makers.
Opening a restaurant a month into a pandemic is far from ideal, but Nader Hagez took the leap anyway.
National gym chain Life Time is still looking to make its entry into the Richmond market, but it won’t be doing so at the troubled Southside Mall.
Amid questions and theories about the future of office space in the age of coronavirus, a new office development on W. Clay Street is full steam ahead.
A proposed surplus designation that’s needed before Richmond City Council can entertain new development proposals for properties once tied to Navy Hill will have to wait at least another two weeks. Council on Monday delayed consideration of the designation until its next regular meeting on June 22, by which time the city expects to receive… Read more »
The long-vacant Lighthouse Diner building on Hull Street, which until recently had been owned by an entity tied to Michael Hild, is not long for this world.
After years of struggling to figure how best to run the pro shop at his public golf course, Giff Breed decided to turn to the professionals.
As the pandemic’s impact on food and beverage businesses begins to be reflected in the city’s meals tax receipts, Richmond City Council is pushing for a new grant program to provide further financial assistance to restaurants specifically.
The new phase allows restaurants, gyms and some recreational and entertainment venues such as zoos and museums to reopen their indoors spaces to the public, within certain limitations.