Three months after implementing changes aimed at improving operations, Richmond’s building inspections and permitting office has reported its highest daily number of applicants received as it awaits physical upgrades.
Called The Grove, the retail strip houses several local and national tenants, including Boyer’s Ice Cream and Coffee, Alton Lane and The UPS Store.
A boarded-up office building near Scott’s Addition is being converted by a team of sister real estate developers.
Another national company has entered the increasingly crowded local market on the heels a hefty capital raise.
The fast-growing local startup – born out of a crowdfunding campaign three years ago – is filling its cup with a much larger round of new capital.
For its latest acquisition, a downtown-based group is making its first leap into manufacturing.
In the midst of opening a location in Short Pump, a Charlottesville-based restaurant group is coming back for seconds in the Richmond market.
The guardian of Virginia’s alcohol distribution and sales may be striking a deal with the real estate arm of one of Richmond’s most well-known businessmen.
A reconstructed 18th-century home once owned by a relative of Patrick Henry hit the market for the first time in 90 years.
Two months after it was acquired by a larger local peer, the Richmond bank has rid itself of one more vestige of its previous life.