Videos highlight construction at Capitol Square and demolition at Virginia Center Commons. A slew of meetings in Richmond today.
“In my nine-plus years of being on the Board of Supervisors, I’ve never been involved in a case in my district that had that much community opposition,” Varina District Supervisor Tyrone Nelson said.
Golden Nugget and Bally’s are both pursuing the same Southside property, while Wind Creek, the Pamunkey Indian Tribe, Cordish Cos., and Urban One have of sites in mind.
Three of the four proposed sites are on the city’s Southside, while another would be built atop the Movieland complex on Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
The project, which is expected to cost $1 million and take years, aims to modernize land-use categories and make the ordinance more user-friendly.
Chesterfield and Henrico launch new online land management systems, Chesterfield considers apartments and Richmond ponders a student housing tower.
The public is invited to weigh in on what the future could hold for the outdoor mall in a weeklong charrette that kicks off tonight.
The pandemic pivot needs a special use permit from the city but Bow Ties Cinemas expects to operate it from March to November.
The goal of the land-use design district is to turn the aging retail centers at the corner of Hull Street and Courthouse roads into a mixed-use hub.
City planners are targeting areas north of Scott’s Addition proper and east of Arthur Ashe, a next step toward redevelopment of The Diamond.