With its planned tenant bowed out of the project, the developer behind a much-scrutinized bank building rehab on Brookland Park Boulevard now must pay back $200,000 in grant funds it received from the City of Richmond, which has deemed it in default of the grant’s terms.
A push by two local businesses – a chain of coworking spaces and a men’s clothing retailer – to create two new types of ABC licenses has made its way to Ralph Northam’s desk.
Plans to relocate a state agency’s headquarters from the city to the suburbs appear to be moving forward, which could free up real estate eyed for a new baseball stadium.
Last month, a local chain of coworking venues that sought legislative help had a bill introduced to get the Virginia ABC off its back.
As the fate of one proposal to redevelop the Coliseum and surrounding area remains in apparent limbo, a local developer is offering an alternate proposal to reinvigorate the 10-block stretch of downtown.
One of the city’s main arterial roads soon will have a new name.
Efforts to provide a new home for the Richmond Police Mounted Unit have hit a hurdle, as preliminary bids for a planned equestrian center to replace the unit’s stables on Brook Road all came in at more than $1 million over budget.
Alternative transportation was a big theme at City Hall Monday night as City Council voted on two long-delayed ordinances that will change how some Richmonders can get around.
Proposals to block a Northside bike lane from being installed and to rename a major arterial road in the city are on their way to Richmond City Council.
After a crackdown by the state’s alcohol regulator forced it to shelve its happy hours, a local coworking brand looks to the General Assembly for help.