The Tuesday Morning location in the Pocono Crossing shopping center is among the first of 230 of the Texas-based chain’s locations slated for closure following its Chapter 11 filing this week.
Just in time for Historic Preservation Month, a 19th-century plantation house in Hanover County that’s the namesake of a modern-day subdivision nearby has been put up for sale in search of its next caretaker.
The bank will open its first Richmond-area branch in part of the old Infuzion night club property at 1401 Roseneath Road, a redeveloped building it will share with restaurant Wood & Iron.
A local company that aims to be an Airbnb-like service for warehouse space has stockpiled seven figures’ worth of fresh cash.
The 200,000-square-foot, 114-bed facility is nearing completion in West Creek.
After receiving two offers on city-owned properties once tied to the failed Navy Hill project, Richmond administrators are delaying a proposed surplus-property designation as they plan to rework it around one of those offers in particular.
Though the pandemic wasn’t the deciding factor in a move that’s been on the radar for a while, it did serve to fast track the change.
Passenger traffic at Richmond International Airport continued to plunge by staggering percentages in April, though administrators see some light on the horizon amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Downtown Richmond has been pretty quiet of late thanks to the coronavirus. But there will be plenty of action during the wee hours of the morning on May 30.
An unbuilt infill apartment project that’s been years in the making near Virginia Union University is being shopped around to firms that could take the development vertical.