One of the only public golf courses in the city limits – albeit only six holes – is getting a makeover aimed in part at driving more traffic from nearby residents and downtown workers.
A Chesapeake-based firm with a local office in Mechanicsville is moving its Richmond operations downtown into the Cokesbury building.
The city’s newest brewery has struck a pact to get its beers flowing from taps beyond its recently opened facility in Scott’s Addition.
The short-lived Blue Ridge Arsenal has reopened under a different name, with the property’s landlords now running the show.
Richmond’s resident utility giant has chosen a name for its forthcoming downtown complex, and also is mulling the future of two other sizable properties in the city.
The local firms in this year’s rankings reported a combined $721.8 million in revenue in 2016.
With a homebuilder on board, a neighborhood in the works for more than two years is beginning to take shape in rural Goochland County.
Decisions on the project may determine the fate of the state agency’s site near The Diamond – and potentially the future of baseball in the city.
A Strasburg-based bank has received state and federal approval to open a branch on Patterson Avenue, its first outpost in the region.
Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity plans to open a new location of its ReStore brand of shops at Chesterfield Towne Center.