The Boys and Girls Club, First Tee of Greater Richmond, Communities In Schools of Richmond, and Higher Achievement’s Richmond office are moving in together at 100 Everett St.
The site of the now-razed Colbrook Motel where it plans to build income-based housing was listed in “The Negro Motorist Green Book.”
The Maggie Walker Community Land Trust uses city grant funds to set aside homes specifically for would-be buyers who do not qualify for a mortgage.
The Catholic Diocese of Richmond and St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church are joining Commonwealth Catholic Charities in the 56-unit, $9 million project.
The nonprofit is under contract to buy an entire city block, where it is planning to build 67 units for lower-income renters.
The Fund to Move the Monuments has formally ended its fundraising efforts, which were to help cover what Mayor Levar Stoney’s administration spent to remove the divisive city-owned monuments this summer.
The Virginia Federation of Food Banks needed the 58,000 square feet for a staging area to feed demand caused by the pandemic.
Those affected by the pandemic with fewer than 50 full-time employees and revenues below $5 million last year can apply for grants ranging from $10,000 to $15,000 beginning Sept. 1.
Hanson’s suit claims the city’s public housing agency is guilty of breach of contract and fraud for allegedly covering up its mistakes regarding housing assistance voucher payments.
Capital Area Health Network, which has seven locations in the Richmond region, purchased a three-story, 37,000-square-foot building at 101 Cowardin Ave.