Just over a year after a local couple purchased it for $3.5 million, the West End home once tied to a local beer distribution family has sold at auction.
Three courses between Richmond and Williamsburg remain in flux, with one under contract to be purchased by surrounding residents and the other two shuttered for the time being.
The structure that served as the epicenter of business for one of Richmond’s most famous entrepreneurs is set to begin a new chapter as a mixed-use anchor.
With its plan of development approved, the national chain of golf entertainment venues is looking to clear one more hurdle this evening.
A national barbecue chain has scoped out new territory in metro Richmond, with a plan to build from scratch in Chesterfield County.
A notorious Richmond landlord with a history of legal troubles is facing fresh allegations of a scheme to defraud creditors in a bankruptcy case. A year after filing for personal bankruptcy, Oliver Lawrence, who once was sentenced by a judge to live in one of his dilapidated rental properties, is being accused of plotting with… Read more »
A local company known for making belts for golfers has turned its attention to dressing up the clubs in their bags. J.T. Spencer is adding golf club head covers to its line of products. The company, headquartered at 7921 W. Broad St., specializes in golf belts and is a licensed producer for clothing retailer Peter… Read more »
While a frozen yogurt chain founder’s West End home scooped the highest-priced residential sale for January, it didn’t come with its own ball collection.
Less than a year after finishing $8 million in upgrades to 20-plus apartment properties in the Fan and Museum District, the local development company and its Boston-based collaborator have put them on the market.
It was a trip to Richmond during the 2015 UCI Road World Championships that helped forge David Hahn’s confidence to take a leap into the city’s restaurant scene.