Sidewalks and parking spots have become the new impromptu patios for local restaurants as they’ve begun to reopen to sit-down customers.
A proposed surplus designation that’s needed before Richmond City Council can entertain new development proposals for properties once tied to Navy Hill will have to wait at least another two weeks. Council on Monday delayed consideration of the designation until its next regular meeting on June 22, by which time the city expects to receive… Read more »
As the pandemic’s impact on food and beverage businesses begins to be reflected in the city’s meals tax receipts, Richmond City Council is pushing for a new grant program to provide further financial assistance to restaurants specifically.
On the heels of launching an email-based system for development plans, the county has another new tool aimed in part at developers and businesses.
The new phase allows restaurants, gyms and some recreational and entertainment venues such as zoos and museums to reopen their indoors spaces to the public, within certain limitations.
Main commercial corridors in the city that had just begun to reopen in the face of coronavirus are closed once again, as long stretches of downtown east of Arthur Ashe Boulevard are now boarded up as they ride out the wave of protests spurred by the death of George Floyd.
After receiving two offers on city-owned properties once tied to the failed Navy Hill project, Richmond administrators are delaying a proposed surplus-property designation as they plan to rework it around one of those offers in particular.
After winning nine figures in new federal funding, a local pharmaceutical startup is looking to Petersburg as its first step toward securing the nation’s generic drug supply.
A city loan program aimed at enticing property owners to make clean energy and water efficiency upgrades is being put on hold weeks before it was set to start, in light of a state-funded program that could end up replacing it.
A significant step in the City of Richmond’s plan to solicit new development proposals for properties that were part of the failed Navy Hill plan is set to be put into motion this week.