The last substantial piece of imprisoned local developer Billy Jefferson’s holdings was purchased by the same companies that purchased his River City Renaissance portfolios last year.
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A Richmond-based venture capital firm has a new name and is making a new push to fill its coffers with extra cash.
Plans to turn a warehouse near Hardywood Park Craft Brewery into apartments have resurfaced and are progressing through the city review process. Developers David White and Louis Salomonsky of Historic Housing have brought back their proposal for an apartment conversion at 1650 Overbrook Road – a century-old former tobacco warehouse across the street from the… Read more »
Just in time for its second anniversary, a Scott’s Addition brewery has expanded its brewing capacity and is rolling out a new line of products. Ardent Craft Ales is investing in an in-house bottling system that for the first time will let the brewery produce and sell six packs of 12-ounce bottles of beer. Ardent… Read more »
Even a rundown old Chinatown bus station has potential when it’s nestled up against the edge of Scott’s Addition. Scott Coleman of Crossroads Development confirmed Wednesday that he’s behind the recent purchase of the No. 1 Bus Tour property at 3121 W. Broad St. CDI Broad LLC bought the site for $730,000 on May 19…. Read more »
Las Vegas may be the deal-making capital for Richmond real estate pros this week. Brokers, developers, lawyers, engineers and architects from at least 20 Richmond firms made the trip out to retail commercial real estate conference RECon, a trade show and networking event hosted annually at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Local companies Commonwealth Commercial… Read more »
A local whiskey distillery is capitalizing on a new state law, taking more space and adding another notch to Scott’s Addition’s reputation as the unquenchable neighborhood. Reservoir Distillery is gearing up to begin serving mixed drinks in its renovated tasting room at 1800 Summit Ave., a move made possible by the General Assembly’s passage this… Read more »
It was furniture and upholstery that brought Travis Hamilton to Richmond, but it was Richmond, surprisingly, that brought him back to his favorite sport: the “chess on ice” game otherwise known as curling. The owner and founder of U-Fab, a Richmond-based upholstery and home décor chain of stores, Hamilton picked up curling in middle school… Read more »
A new event series at Scott’s Addition’s newest events space kicked off this week near the intersection of West Broad Street and North Boulevard. The recently redeveloped Hofheimer Building at 2816 W. Broad St. on Thursday hosted the first evening of its “Sunsets at the Hof,” a series of happy hours intended to let the… Read more »
A popular chef and restaurateur is doubling up in Short Pump. Peter Chang plans to open a new restaurant at 11408 W. Broad St. in the Short Pump Village Shopping Center, just a few doors down from his existing Chinese eatery that he opened as his first in Richmond in 2012. Nancy Wan, Chang’s lawyer,… Read more »