The developer seeks rezoning for a mix of residential units and up to 200,000 square feet of commercial space including a grocery store and a hotel.
A 334-acre development is planned beside Westchester Commons, a city parking lot is slated for a temporary GRTC transfer station, and Hanover is starting to review its comprehensive plan.
The Artisan Food and Beverage Production use refers to producers of specialty foods and non-alcoholic drinks for on-site retail and wholesale operations.
Richmond weighs a proposed technology zone, a massive mixed-use development in Innsbrook faces a vote, and a county administrator departs after less than a year.
More than 500 short-term home rental units are operating in the city but there have been less than 50 applications for operator permits and only 12 issued.
It is legal to possess and grow your own marijuana starting today, but retail sales of the plant won’t begin until Jan. 1, 2024 and licenses will be limited.
Chesterfield OKs more residential units, the Richmond City Council considers rezoning requests, and Henrico approves plans for a housing development in Innsbrook.
By Stefan Calos One of the many fun things about practicing commercial real estate law is the real estate part. Growing up, I often traveled around Virginia with my parents on weekends exploring cool old buildings — many of them abandoned. Over the years since, I’ve practiced law in many of the old courthouses we… Read more »
Virginia Housing, which provided $500,000 to buy the automated device that prints with concrete, estimates it could lower construction costs by 10 percent.
Completion of the 410,000-square-foot facilities is another incremental step toward unlocking the land needed for a new baseball stadium in the city.