A proposed bill in the General Assembly that would allow a portion of state tax revenues to go toward the proposed Navy Hill project would significantly reduce the amount of downtown real estate needed to pay off bonds for a new arena, according to the developer.
As it prepares to begin production, Richmond’s first medical cannabis production plant has been sold to a REIT that focuses on cannabis-related real estate.
As it looks to the future with an ambitious growth plan, a local digital marketing agency is moving up out of Shockoe Slip to anchor the commercial section of a new mixed-use development just off Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
BizSense’s women’s-only networking series returns in 2020, with a program that includes a panel discussion and happy hour.
After its first attempt to get into the Richmond market fell flat, the Canadian chain of axe-throwing bars is back with a location next to Strangeways Brewing and across from Circuit Arcade Bar.
Nearly a year after it returned to the market after falling into foreclosure, the 10,000-square-foot West End home and 3-acre estate is in the hands of new owners.
An investor who already owns more than half of the shares of the bank in recent weeks acquired thousands more shares. His stake now has a market value of $28 million.
While a proposed redevelopment of the Richmond Coliseum and adjacent downtown area has dominated headlines in recent years, city leaders appear also to be turning their attention back to the Diamond-anchored 60-acre site along Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
The bad blood between a local real estate firm and its former accountant has led to yet another legal battle.
A Northern Virginia-based pizza chain has signed on at the mixed-use project at 805 W. Cary St., where it will join Pita Pit and the city’s first Sonic.