The Massachusetts-based owner of the riverfront WestRock/Costar building downtown has made an eight-figure move into Henrico, while helping secure a successful exit for a local private-equity firm.
Among new information the Dominion Energy CEO shared about the project is that the Coliseum’s replacement, planned to be a 17,000-seat expandable arena, is being designed by the same group behind the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, where this year’s Super Bowl will be played.
One of the area’s oldest and largest architecture firms is leaving Shockoe Bottom and relocating to the heart of downtown.
The first phase of a sprawling spec industrial complex just south of the James has landed its first big tenant.
A new head of school. New faces in law, technology, marketing and advertising. Promotions in law and real estate. Just to name a few of this week’s Herd.
An out-of-town buyer has come back for another bite of the Richmond market, snagging two apartment properties from a local developer.
Six months after beginning his search for an “A-team” of local attorneys to join him at Whiteford Taylor & Preston’s new Richmond outpost, Vernon Inge has lured his next wave of recruits and found permanent office space for his group.
The firm, which recently sold its majority stake in frozen yogurt chain Sweet Frog, also is looking at constructing a second building on the 1-acre site, which sits close to The Diamond.
Planning commissions meet in Chesterfield and Hanover, Richmond City Council meets in regular session, and Henrico supervisors elect a new chairman and vice chair.
The price of real estate continues to climb in the city’s hottest neighborhood, as two local developers last week dropped seven figures for less than an acre of land in Scott’s Addition.