The field of competitors jockeying for a chance to take over the century-old Henrico County-owned Belmont Golf Course is down to five.
Ten years after it got a $14 million face-lift, the Marriott at 500 E. Broad St. is beginning renovations of its 410 guest rooms, to be followed by updates to its lobby and fitness center, and installation of a new restaurant to replace T-Miller’s.
One of the two restaurants is taking over the Short Pump location of Chinese joint Peter Chang, which will be moving next door. The other is a Maryland-based chain opening its first Virginia location.
A 34,000 square feet of warehouse space in Henrico heads the leases this week. Only two sales reported this week.
The local coffee roaster opened its new outpost across from Scott’s Addition last week. Another spot is planned for Forest Hill.
Chesterfield reports a new restaurant in this week’s licenses. Henrico has a forestry consultant. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Over $31 million worth in transfers this week. Chesterfield heads the list with the most sales. Manchester in Richmond continues to attract buyers. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Zimmer Development now expects to close on the purchase of 20 acres near Rocketts Landing by the end of the year and begin construction of the massive mixed-use project in the first quarter.
The financial giant took two important steps this month toward opening a prominent location as part of its initial retail push into the Richmond market.
A national architecture firm has traded its longtime digs along East Main Street for a room with a view a dozen stories above it.