Several sales this week, plus leases by law firms and for-profit universities.
The developers have the green light from Henrico County to begin construction on 180,000 square feet of new space.
Four basketball fanatics are putting the full-court press on a website dedicated to VCU hoops, and they’re making a play for local advertising dollars.
An eclectic group this week including one from movie rental station Redbox.
A new website is putting Virginia startups on the map — literally.
Residents’ complaints notwithstanding, the Henrico County Planning Commission unanimously approved plans for a 90,000-square-foot Walmart at the Reynolds Crossing development.
A 1960s office building that’s been vacant since it caught fire in 2011 is trying to rise from the ashes, reborn for a new purpose.
A Mechanicsville nonprofit is set to double in size by the end of 2014, adding housing and boomer-enticing amenities.
Two Richmond lawyers with a combined 50 years of industry experience have launched a new practice.
Mekong, a nondescript Vietnamese restaurant on West Broad Street, was named the best beer bar in the United States by voters on CraftBeer.com.