A plan to move a summer concert series from its namesake Henrico office park to West Creek is meeting resistance, in part because of the results of a sound test.
A local businessman, who was involved in the completion of a once-controversial West End condo project, is growing his city holdings south of the river after assembling 10 properties on a Manchester block that’s surrounded by flurry of private investment.
A local bank has trimmed its branch count to the north and west of Richmond.
An Arthur Ashe Boulevard storefront that once peddled cellphones is getting a recharge.
While they wait for construction to begin on their new location in Hanover, two local restaurateurs are speeding up their expansion plans with a venture in Chesterfield.
Acute Gallery opened last month at 215 W. Clay St. after more than two years of renovations on its 120-year-old building, including a gutting job and moving a staircase.
A local Fortune 500 company is proceeding with a project that is filling in its portion of a centuries-old canal, using dirt from an adjacent site on its riverfront headquarters that the firm has earmarked for eventual development.
It was nearly 20 years ago that Brandon Jackson and Jonathan Cessna dreamed of someday owning their beloved Richie’s, a former long-time bar at the corner of North Meadow and West Broad streets in the Fan.
A newcomer to the VA Bio+Tech Park downtown is looking to get going with seven figures of startup funding.
A local tattoo parlor is flying west to the Fan after previously having set up shop in downtown Richmond and Scott’s Addition.