The site of a stalled apartment project just south of Belle Isle is getting a fresh look from a local player.
After a previous plan for a brewery failed to materialize, a local restaurateur and hotel executive is in talks to sell off a West Broad Street parcel to a pair of developers.
A plot of land next to the new Institute for Contemporary Art has sold to the school, one year after its previous owner announced plans to build an 18-story tower there.
A pair of recently built houses is introducing a product – and price point – not typically seen in the neighborhood in Richmond’s Northside.
For the second time this year, a Richmond beer maker is turning off its taps, as its owner skips town for a job in North Carolina.
With developer proposals in hand, the health system is looking to take another step toward deciding the fate of the long-dormant parcel.
As it hatches a plan to franchise beyond Richmond, the popular local restaurant chain is making a return to the city’s Southside.
A South Carolina-based company’s lease will give the property owners a new tenant to build around as heavy renovations continue in one of the complex’s three towers.
A Washington, D.C.-based firm has joined the party along Marshall Street in Richmond’s hottest neighborhood.
The meeting was prompted largely by the news that the Pamunkey had acquired 600 acres in the county, and that the tribe may look to develop a $700 million resort and casino onsite.