Henrico County’s goal of making the community “drown-proof” is 10 golden shovels’ worth of dirt closer to being met.
The heart of Goochland County is set to get dozens of new rooftops following a rezoning last week by the Board of Supervisors.
“Funnville” was all business at The Diamond Wednesday evening, as the Richmond Flying Squirrels’ home base played host to BizSense’s most ambitious event yet – which, as it turned out, brought the “Funn” too.
“Funnville” was all business at The Diamond Wednesday evening, as the Richmond Flying Squirrels’ home base played host to Richmond BizSense’s most
ambitious event yet – which, as it turned out, brought the “Funn” too.
After going multiple innings with Hanover County, a state agency appears to be rounding the bases in its efforts to relocate its operations to the Mechanicsville area — a move that could expedite a new baseball stadium in the city.
As it lines up a developer for one of three initiatives aimed at converting its properties to private ownership, Richmond’s public housing agency is facing heightened scrutiny over its pending selection for another one of those projects: the latest iteration of a Jackson Ward development that has been years in the making.
Six months after paying $15 million for a Broad Street office building in Henrico, the investment arm of Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer has lured a state agency from downtown to help fill out the property.
The latest effort to coordinate economic development in Shockoe Bottom while also paying homage to the area’s history kicked off this week with the first in what’s planned to be a series of meetings and planning sessions.
With City Council’s stamp of approval, a $32 million apartment project is now set to rise on the site of an old Northside postal warehouse.
A multijurisdictional approval process has cleared the way for a conversion of a former nursing home on the Richmond-Henrico line into apartments aimed at alleviating homelessness.