Formula 1-style race cars and hyperloop pods now are being built where trolley cars once were worked on more than 80 years ago downtown.
The school would raze the old Franklin Street Gym to make way for a six-story, 168,000-square-foot science, technology, engineering and math building.
As it looks ahead to a major project near Monroe Park, the university is shuffling some classrooms over to West Grace.
As the Richmond Flying Squirrels prepare for opening day and the Virginia ABC grows closer to moving its headquarters to Hanover County, VCU appears to have shown at least part of the hand it is playing in the bid for a new baseball stadium in the city.
The school’s Board of Visitors on Friday approved the “One VCU” master plan, which will serve as an updated framework for development opportunities on and near the school’s Monroe Park and MCV campuses in the next 15 years.
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.
The University of Richmond men’s and women’s golf teams soon will tee off from a newly built stronghold at their home course.
A program within Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Education is armed with a fresh pool of cash to churn out more teachers in hard-to-staff schools.
Two major landmarks around VCU’s campus made their debuts last week.
A local Bulgarian contingent has a new place to call home in downtown Richmond.