Another executive with the City of Petersburg announces his resignation. Greater Richmond Partnership names a new president and chief executive officer. Two new partners in a financial firm. New faces in law, real estate, technology and more.
A Scott’s Addition-based engineering firm built on small projects is increasing its presence around the state.
One of the biggest landlords on the city’s Southside is taking another step toward positioning a grouping of its properties – including the former Siegel’s Supermarket site – for potential redevelopment.
A family of physicians and real estate agents is banding together to sell the West End home they grew up in, considered among the first to be built in Richmond’s Windsor Farms neighborhood.
Johnathon Mayo’s latest local entrepreneurial endeavor was born alongside his second daughter, after his wife’s doctor gave the couple a prognosis they disagreed with – and was ultimately proven to be wrong.
Chesterfield unveils a draft plan for guiding development in Midlothian, construction starts on a county cricket field and wraps on the city’s 911 Training Center, and events start this week to officially rename Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
Richmond BizSense is proud to begin the seventh annual call to applicants for the RVA 25, our list of the region’s fastest-growing companies.
More than $6 million worth of properties on the auction block. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
While development interest picks up steam around it, a city-owned site between Rocketts Landing and Shockoe Bottom is progressing toward eventual reuse, with options including potentially selling the land for private-sector redevelopment.
The latest industrial property-turned-office space in the city’s most sought-after neighborhood has landed its first tenant.