The revisions emphasize the city’s TOD-1 and mixed-use zoning districts and set the stage for a long-anticipated RFP for The Diamond.
Mobile Radio Partners, which operates BoomTown Radio, the Radio Shopping Show and the all-Spanish Ultra Radio Richmond, recently paid more than $300,000 for them.
“I’m bullish on the corridor. I just think it’s located in a great spot,” Cava Cos. principal Frank Cava said of the area just west of Scott’s Addition.
Foot traffic at the bank’s only location on the city’s Southside began falling before the pandemic and it has been shuttered since it began.
The United Methodist Church near Short Pump would sell two of its eight acres to a developer if the county approves the proposal.
The number has been reduced, but Godsey Properties’ plan for two subdivisions with hundreds of homes now goes to county supervisors.
He pleaded guilty on Thursday of obstructing an official proceeding over lies he told regarding the LandAmerica bankruptcy estate for which he served as trustee.
“We’re really going 180 degrees against the market, because everybody else is ‘Do it from home, do it cheap, do it from the coffee shop,’” said principal Mike Chenault.
Longtime customer Valerie Borkowski bought the business after an ownership death spurred the sale and she said it will be looking to expand.
The cafe at 415 E. Grace St., which had reportedly been set to close this month, appears set to be taken over by the owners of restaurant Lillie Pearl.