The evolution of Boulders Office Park as a place to live as well as work continues with another round of new apartment buildings in the works.
Another out-of-town bank enters the fray and lures crew from competitor to get started.
Citing a slowdown in the craft beer industry, a local brewery is looking for more time to hold up its end of a 2017 economic development deal.
Slowed down a bit but undeterred by the pandemic, a Petersburg-based wine company is accelerating its expansion into big retail stores and ramping up its distribution network.
As development interest in the area continues to pick up with a new riverfront office building planned nearby, the owner of the historic Tredegar Iron Works property is looking to rezone the site to bring it more in line with the times.
The longtime barbecue joint isn’t a casualty of the pandemic, but rather its owners are ready to retire.
Two months after an initial night of rioting left numerous downtown businesses vandalized and boarded up for weeks, financial assistance specific to their ordeal, and others since then, appears to be on the way.
The UVA standout-turned-real-estate-developer sold his 13,700-square-foot home last month for $1.68 million.
Where Slurpees and gasoline flow, multimillion-dollar real estate deals seem to follow.
A Fan-area takeout spot’s seven-year run has come to an end.