The coworking trend is popping up in Richmond once again, this time with a concept that’s catering largely toward women.
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A firm that does everything from branding and photography to interior design and copywriting has launched a storefront on West Broad Street.
Correction: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Ralph Reahard helped structure the deal for 1321 1/2 E. Main St. His firm will be leasing and managing the property, but did not broker the deal. A group of out-of-town investors has grabbed a piece of downtown at the edge of Shockoe Bottom. An… Read more »
A 15-year-old Shockoe Slip-based wealth management and financial advisory business has just taken on a pile of cash.
The $13 million sale of the former Media General HQ has resulted in a lawsuit from a Richmond commercial real estate firm that says it is owed compensation from the media company’s acquirer.
A local lawyer and his wife have placed their bet on the Northside neighborhood following a recent streak of developers and commercial tenants.
The 9,300-square-foot space is the Toronto-based media and information firm’s first outpost in Richmond.
Mayor Levar Stoney and Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced this afternoon that media and information giant Thomson Reuters has set up a new office in downtown Richmond. The company has leased around 9,300 square feet in the West Tower of Riverfront Plaza at 901 E. Byrd St., where it will join law firm Ogletree Deakins on… Read more »
Two out-of-town groups are helping shape the plan to replace the ailing Richmond Coliseum, build a 400-room hotel and transform the Blues Armory into a marketplace and music venue.
After selling its longtime downtown storefront earlier this summer, a 60-year-old local deli and wholesale business has sealed the deal for its West End relocation.