The health system’s appetite for real estate continues, as last week it paid $4.6 million for the 234,000-square-foot building on 15 acres – in a part of Henrico that the county is eyeing for increased density.
Eighteen months after going live in Richmond, a Shockoe Bottom-based startup has pulled in seven figures worth of fresh cash.
A local insurance startup aimed at outdoor enthusiasts is gradually making its way east as it plans a launch in its home state.
As buildout on its future headquarters begins, a local nonprofit has secured a big batch of tax credits to help fund the project, which will convert a former Philip Morris complex in Swansboro.
A more concrete clue has emerged as to where Richmond’s first government-approved medical cannabis venture will put down roots.
VCU Health is becoming its own landlord on the Northside after buying a building just off Chamberlayne Avenue from the Robins Foundation.
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.
VCU has completed one of its major downtown construction projects.
While it continues to work on numerous downtown projects, VCU Health also has eyes for New Kent County.
The new facility will replace the existing Marshall Street Pavilion between 10th and 11th streets. HKS Architects is the project’s designer and DPR Construction is the general contractor.