A Hanover restaurateur is going for thirds, this time in Henrico.
Backed by the owners of a large local payroll company, the city’s latest entertainment option has slid into the sought-after neighborhood.
A long-time auto shop in the Devil’s Triangle is now in the hands of a local developer who has a long-term plan for condos on the site.
In an ironic twist following their litigious separation four years ago, attorneys from two rival law firms are back in close proximity.
Two new-to-Richmond retail chains have arrived on West Cary Street – one in the former Carey Burke Carpets shop and the other in the old Janet Brown Interiors space.
With a new partner and a new name, a local law firm that’s developed a niche in the entertainment industry is expanding its focus to include legal services specific to advertising and marketing firms.
A creative haven in Scott’s Addition has officially opened its doors as a quasi-coworking space with rents ranging from $300-$1,500.
In a bid to expand its merger-and-acquisition advisory business, one of Richmond’s biggest accounting firms fittingly made an acquisition of its own.
Two residential properties in western Henrico County sold this month in deals that each topped the $2 million mark.
A fast-casual restaurant chain with a heavy presence throughout metro Richmond has another location in the works in western Chesterfield County.