The City Point Innovation Resource Center at 325 Brown St. will serve as an incubator for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Bee Downtown expanded into Richmond from North Carolina with its first hives in Virginia atop the 26-story SunTrust Center at 919 E. Main St.
The 23,300-square-foot building adds to the university’s holdings in the area, where a 1950s-era apartment complex also changed hands for $7.3 million.
Midlothian-based Edible Education is opening a second location in the former Sur La Table space in the Southside mall.
EquityPlus plans to buy Virginia Avenue Elementary School and convert it and its surrounding three blocks into 50 apartments and 45 homes.
A performing arts and innovation building, a new dorm, an athletics village, and other academic buildings are planned to be funded between 2022 and 2028.
The university bought the 0.15-acre parcel for $183,000 but James River Distillery will lease the space and keep operating for at least two years.
The 24,000-square-foot school building will have facilities for students to learn independent living skills, a sensory library, a healthcare suite and observation areas.
The four-story, 410-bed housing complex will be overhauled for the first time since it was built in 2003.
The four-story, 133,000-square-foot addition features an Innovation Maker Facility as well as interdisciplinary labs, a career services center and a cafe.