The project will convert Zzaam’s building to allow it to share the property with a barbecue joint, bubble tea concept, self-serve bar and itinerant oyster bar.
An area homebuilder behind a new residential community that blends farming with suburban living has enlisted the help of a local peer to help get the project going.
A downtown-based investment firm continues to be bullish on the industry, with its second Appalachian acquisition in a year.
A $1.5 million home is slated for Hanover County, Southside plans plumbing for 100 apartments, and Henrico County has $15 million worth of renovations on two elementary schools.
One of the longest-running corporate bankruptcies in recent Richmond memory has racked up more than $182 million in professional fees – and the meter is still running.
After a sale earlier this year failed to find a suitable buyer, the owners of a long-delayed historic rehab are moving forward with the project with a new development team.
A crop of startups got a taste of the shark tank as they pitched to one of the region’s corporate giants in a bid for $15,000 in grants.
The vice chairman of a local insurance powerhouse announces his retirement, promotions in an accounting society, and new faces in law in this week’s roundup.
With a previous plan for a taller bank-anchored tower scrapped, a local development team is shifting to a new project to continue what it started with its downtown Locks development.
One of Richmond’s biggest accounting firms is further expanding its geographical reach, and moving further afield from traditional number-crunching.