Three downtown buildings are set to be razed Monday to make way for a local nonprofit’s $20 million expansion.
Richmond Cycling Corps expands into a 2,000-square-foot space adjacent to the organization’s existing building in Scott’s Addition.
United Methodist Family Services has worked a deal with Shenandoah County to turn a building into a private school that caters to students with autism and other special education needs.
When St. Joseph’s Villa decided to hold the first capital campaign of its 178-year existence, it aimed high.
A spinoff thrift store on Main Street is closing its doors, even though it was making money.
Richmond-based Goodwill Industries of Central Virginia is embarking on another multimillion-dollar expansion, this time with the purchase of two sites, including a massive store that once housed a Target.
The State Fair of Virginia was sold Tuesday at a foreclosure auction for $5.67 million.
The Barksdale Theatre and Theatre IV struck a deal last week to merge and become the Virginia Repertory Theatre.
A rival fair operator wants to capitalize on the downfall of the State Fair of Virginia and be up and running in 2012.
One of its biggest and longest-standing local hospital clients of Richmond’s hometown blood supplier has severed their relationship.