As it mulls plans to open its first retail branch in the Richmond market near Willow Lawn, the banking giant is showing it’s hungry for more local real estate.
Shelia Anderson was being overtaken by yarn hanging from her doors and chairs, littering all her tables. She realized it was time to take her business out of her home in Jackson Ward.
Houses are starting to spring up in a new residential development on land in Hanover County that had been in limbo for years.
A Church Hill coffee shop has been born anew. The cafe has been renamed for the view of the James River from Libby Hill Park.
A deputy Chesterfield county administrator announces his retirement. A Powhatan bank announces a new president and CEO. New faces in law, finance and more in this week’s Herd.
A year after planting an outpost in the city, a Goochland cidery is growing its flagship location.
Local real estate firm Thalhimer has officially rid itself of a nearly two-year legal dispute with a former longtime employee.
Coming out of a restructuring period that saw its ranks nearly halved, one of the longer-running agencies in Richmond’s ad scene is regrouping with the launch of a newly branded division that its leaders describe as reflecting a shift in the industry.
This week’s highest-priced foreclosure is a home in Wexley on the block for $545,000. For the entire list of properties, become a BizSense Pro member.
A year-old Jackson Ward restaurant is taking to the streets in search of new revenue and a potential second location.