A decades-long effort to establish a cultural arts center for Chesterfield County reached a milestone Monday with a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off construction.
The owner behind a longtime bar and restaurant in the Fan is hitching his entrepreneurial to a new-to-the-market franchise doubling down on Chesterfield.
Another surface parking lot in the Monroe Ward section of downtown has caught the eye of developers.
A restaurant rooted in Venezuelan flavor is jumping into an Innsbrook-area storefront where a grilled cheese joint recently fizzled out.
The British are coming. You’d better grab goggles and a towel.
The health system’s appetite for real estate continues, as last week it paid $4.6 million for the 234,000-square-foot building on 15 acres – in a part of Henrico that the county is eyeing for increased density.
“Once I had this idea (for my own studio) it was like, well I can’t afford to do it in D.C. and Richmond seemed more doable.”
The steady stream of departures continues out of LeClairRyan.
The area’s latest startup incubator has arrived, with a focus on nurturing organizations for which turning a profit is not a mandate.
As a group of creditors attempts to force it into bankruptcy, a collapsed local mortgage company also apparently has federal authorities on its back.