Three years after the recession, Richmond-area banks are getting their mojo back.
After being prohibited from renting to soldiers temporarily stationed at Fort Lee, apartment owners are celebrating a reversal of the housing policy and getting ready to bid on millions of dollars in business.
Hardywood Park Craft Brewery has expanded to free up more space for live events — including wedding receptions.
A new Fan restaurant’s triple-threat management team will include a Richmond chef who brings plenty of experience and some family history to the table.
Two entrepreneurs are opening a high-end intimate-apparel store in the recently vacated Carytown retail space that for almost 40 years housed the Compleat Gourmet.
One of Richmond’s biggest hotel owners might be close to buying a Short Pump hotel that’s at the center of two multimillion-dollar lawsuits.
Mark it, dude: Steve Uphoff’s $21 million bowling and entertainment complex is on track to open in November.
Left for dead in the wake of the recession, the Midlothian Town Center project is showing signs of life.
A two-year-old Shockoe Slip restaurant is expanding to Midlothian.
At least three national retailers will make their debut at the 42,000-square-foot development beginning in September.