“For the Black community, it can be hard to take full advantage of programming that is targeted at you but is run by people who don’t look like you,” said Jackson Ward Collective co-founder Rasheeda Creighton.
Byrne Legal Group, formed by attorneys who broke off last year from Hancock Daniel, is taking 4,200 square feet in the under-construction Clay Suites project.
Bruce Vanderbilt purchased the Stationhouse Apartments building at 207 N. 3rd St. for $1.14 million.
While Chris Ripp couldn’t keep it in the family, he found a way to make sure the longtime Carytown restaurant remained a family business with attentive owners.
A so-called “pre-final” version of the Richmond 300 plan that was released in draft form earlier this year is to be presented to the Planning Commission at its regular meeting today.
“It is an iconic coffee location in Richmond. In many ways, it has tracked the development of the Richmond coffee scene,” said owner David Blanchard.
Western Express Inc. last week purchased 15.5 acres worth of industrial properties at 5600 Midlothian Turnpike and 218 Erich Road.
The local chain of neighborhood markets run by restaurateurs Katrina and Johnny Giavos is extending its reach into the West End.
A second phase of apartments in the Boulders is up for a vote in Chesterfield, a multiuse development in Hanover is deferred again, Petersburg breaks ground on a park-and-ride facility and Richmond projects a larger fiscal-year surplus.
A $4 million sale in Richmond tops this week’s list. A deal for 7000 square feet in Henrico is the top lease.