In the midst of selling off some of his real estate holdings to satisfy a recent bankruptcy settlement, a notorious area landlord jailed since mid-March reached a plea deal last week that requires him to perform community service specific to combatting homelessness.
As the prospect of a new baseball stadium in Richmond remains up in the air, a new team from a league that helped develop the likes of Justin Verlander and Ryan Zimmerman will play ball next year in the Tri-Cities.
A former Lakeside biscuit joint has been reborn as a coffee and smoothie shop.
The new senior executive of the Capital Region Airport Commission is named. Reynolds Community College names a new dean of enrollment. Also new faces in real estate, finance, law and more.
It was a packed, festive evening last week as BizSense hosted its inaugural young professionals networking event, RVA < 30. And we plan to do more of these for businesspeople age 30 and under.
The Southside mall may be close to reeling in a big new tenant to fill one of its larger vacancies.
City-driven efforts to update zoning rules and encourage denser development in two Richmond neighborhoods are inching closer to potential adoption.
Tommy Bourque is back in the game.
The auction of a $20 million strip mall in Short Pump is the largest property on the block this week. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Richmond International Airport gets a new CEO, a local contractor fills in on a delayed capital project in Goochland, Richmond’s Shockoe Alliance group meets and plenty of high-profile projects go before area planning commissions.