The two-story, 11,000-square-foot building at 5605 Grove Ave. will house the offices of Summit Action Fund and hedge fund Hutch Capital.
Nearly 300 local businesses participated in the COVID-era stimulus program, receiving amounts ranging from as much $5.4 million to as low as $1,200.
The county wants to turn it into a mixed-use development with more than 1,000 residential units, office and retail space, a sports-and-entertainment venue and a hotel.
The revisions emphasize the city’s TOD-1 and mixed-use zoning districts and set the stage for a long-anticipated RFP for The Diamond.
Mobile Radio Partners, which operates BoomTown Radio, the Radio Shopping Show and the all-Spanish Ultra Radio Richmond, recently paid more than $300,000 for them.
The United Methodist Church near Short Pump would sell two of its eight acres to a developer if the county approves the proposal.
The number has been reduced, but Godsey Properties’ plan for two subdivisions with hundreds of homes now goes to county supervisors.
Mixed-use developments in Chesterfield and near Colonial Heights, proposed zoning changes in Richmond, and a matching grant program to help businesses attract new employees.
The effort will ready the 50-year-old arena for demolition. Meanwhile, the city wants feedback on its guide to future growth in Shockoe.
Among the group of five are three Richmonders, including the CEO of Shamin Hotels, the co-founder of The Jackson Ward Collective and the co-founder of Health Warrior.