From shuttering properties temporarily to keeping others open with significantly reduced staff, area hotel operators are facing a slew of challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic that’s hit the hospitality industry especially hard.
The nonprofit is budgeting $6.5 million to overhaul a former church property into its new regional hub, dubbed the Center for Hope.
If 2020’s proven a rough start for most, it’s been the opposite for local real estate agent Richard Bower.
Proxy season is in full bloom, with this week’s top paid exec earning a total package valued at $15.4 million. Plus a local banker sends a letter to shareholders sharing his thoughts on potential impact of the virus downturn.
A neighborhood business association is forging ahead with a relaunch amid the coronavirus pandemic, with board members saying local businesses need the support now more than ever.
Ledbury and Shockoe Atelier are making and selling masks to VCU Health, and they plan to continue to ramp up production.
A $2 million land deal has cleared the way for the second phase of an under-construction development that’s slated to bring more than 200 apartments to Henrico’s Westwood area.
This week’s new ideas include an oral tobacco product, cryptographic authentication of contactless cards, and high buoyancy composite materials.
This week’s installment features thoughts from Richmond Sports Backers’ Jon Lugbill, Yebo’s Robyn Zacharias and M.L. Bell Construction’s Mike Bell.
Area architecture firms are not immune to the effects of the changing business climate amid the coronavirus pandemic, particularly those that do business in the hard-hit hospitality industry.