A plan to open The Virginia Inn is getting pushback from nearby residents, one of whom has launched a “Don’t Venue Varina” campaign.
Richmond taps a local restaurateur to serve as an industry liaison, restaurants in Powhatan are offered a winterization grant program, and officials cut the ribbon on new apartments in Jackson Ward.
But a group of homeowners suing to stop a 1.1 million-square-foot distribution facility from being built can amend their complaint and fight on.
A new pandemic relief program targets microbusinesses in Chesterfield, a mixed-use development project faces a deciding vote in Hanover, and Richmond and Powhatan seek input on land use plans.
New York-based Aurelie Capital plans to replace the aging shopping center with apartments and retail space across a dozen buildings.
A county airport is getting a new terminal building, a state COVID relief fund is expanded to help more businesses, and Richmond and Henrico leaders face full agendas this week.
The project is filling the area around Dove Street that was formerly the Dove Court public housing community and a pair of blighted apartment complexes.
“I don’t know how many city officials really appreciate the time value of money,” Center Creek Homes CEO Dan Magder said of costs the company incurred going through Richmond’s permitting process.
A museum’s request to allow larger events draws support and opposition from neighbors in the Fan, Chesterfield rolls out more pandemic relief for businesses, and a library conference and event center starts construction in Petersburg.
Henrico to vote on $75 million in bonds for Westminster Canterbury project; Richmond City Council weighs a boost to the city’s coronavirus contingency fund.