Just months after extending its reach to Short Pump, the local coworking chain is looking to reposition its original location three blocks north.
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A young company that provides payment processing products to businesses is relocating its home base to the redeveloped HandCraft building.
A sizable property along a rapidly changing downtown stretch of Grace Street is up for grabs and likely destined for a new purpose. The three-story, 38,000-square-foot building at 115 N. Jefferson St., at the corner of Jefferson and Grace streets, is on the market for $5 million. Ann Schweitzer Riley, a broker with One South… Read more »
A recently renamed firm has relocated from Gloucester to Richmond, where it opened an office in the ground floor of the Hotel John Marshall building.
The busy development company snatched up an aging medical office building in the Fan and the recently vacated downtown home of a local ad agency.
The owners of a downtown convenience store are looking to add some new flavor to a building on West Broad Street. A business entity tied to the owners of the Davis Market at 301 W. Grace St. has purchased the one-story building at 4 W. Broad St. The deal closed Dec. 4 for $270,000, according… Read more »
The new location, named The 10th St. YMCA, is less than half the size of its current digs at the James Center.
Following the abrupt departure of its founding CEO, one of the region’s fastest-growing companies has tabled a plan to relocate its headquarters from the suburbs to the downtown riverfront.
The coworking trend is popping up in Richmond once again, this time with a concept that’s catering largely toward women.
A firm that does everything from branding and photography to interior design and copywriting has launched a storefront on West Broad Street.