A local bank is expanding its branch presence in Charlottesville beyond the city’s Downtown Mall, with a second outpost in the works and a third likely at some point.
A program within Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Education is armed with a fresh pool of cash to churn out more teachers in hard-to-staff schools.
This week’s highest priced home is in Hampton Park in Chesterfield County. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reports the following deal: RLN Company LLC purchased 1500 Commerce Road in Richmond for $2.1 million. Isaac DeRegibus represented the seller. Planet Fitness leased 21,575 square feet at 9645 W. Broad St. in Henrico County. Nicki Jassy represented the tenant, and James Ashby IV represented the landlord. Starbucks Corporation leased… Read more »
A Virginia Beach-based development firm is looking to scrap a former Northside recycling plant and replace it with apartments.
As development interest south of the city has some property owners along Route 5 fearing the future, Henrico County planners are pushing a plan they say would lay the groundwork for protecting and preserving the distinctly rural corridor.
A cider maker with roots in the Blue Ridge Mountains is looking to sprout in Richmond.
A 5-year-old restaurant and bar in the Fan has come back to life following a summertime shutdown and nearly $500,000 in renovations.
The early morning networkers were out in force Wednesday, as a crowd of 300 filed into the Main Street Station Train Shed for the second installment of Richmond BizSense’s Future Of series. The topic du jour was the Future of Transit-Oriented Development in Richmond and was discussed during a panel discussion that featured: John Vithoulkas,… Read more »
A $40 million apartment complex in Chesterfield County heads up this week’s list of property sales. A golf firm tees off in Henrico County with a $5 million purchase. A longtime empty diner in Manchester sells in Richmond. To read the entire list of commercial transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.