Downtown Richmond has been pretty quiet of late thanks to the coronavirus. But there will be plenty of action during the wee hours of the morning on May 30.
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The local brewery has permanently closed its satellite location in Shockoe Bottom after less than three years and now plans to expand into distilled liquor at its rural Goochland headquarters.
One of the developers of the Quirk Hotel has grabbed another piece of the Arts District.
Another downtown business has closed for good after a deal that would’ve put it under new ownership got soured by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the economy in large craters at the hands of a microscopic force, a different, more visible sort of implosion is set to take place May 30 on a particular block of downtown Richmond.
The developer, which owns dozens of properties downtown and is in the midst of converting another nearby office building, will look to rehab the 12-story property into 210 hotel rooms across two Hyatt brands.
The recent rise of apartment buildings along the southern border of Monroe Ward is set to continue, as a local group paid more than $2 million for a 0.6-acre assemblage of surface lots.
The buyer focuses on redeveloping old office buildings that are on the National Register of Historic Places.
A prolific Washington, D.C.-based developer with a hefty downtown Richmond portfolio is reviving a long-dormant relic in its collection.
Never Enough Books owner John King said he didn’t quite get the foot traffic he was hoping for on Broad Street.