Keeping step with its neighbor and industry peer, a recent addition to Shockoe Bottom is broadening its marketing focus with a new name and division devoted to small businesses. Red Orange Studio, formerly Red Orange Design, has launched Slice, an internal division aimed at providing packaged design and marketing services for small business clients. The… Read more »
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Richmond’s newest office tower can stand a little taller. Gateway Plaza, the 18-story building completed last year at 120 S. Ninth St. by Chicago-based developer Clayco, was named Project of the Year at the Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate’s 15th annual awards ceremony Tuesday evening. Held at The Country Club of Virginia, the… Read more »
With its brewery tenant already locked in, a new co-working space in Scott’s Addition is bringing in some hot dogs to soak up the suds. Robert Stout, owner of The Dog Wagon food truck, plans to open a brick-and-mortar location at 2930 W. Broad St. in the forthcoming Gather co-working building. Stout has leased a… Read more »
A local development company known for high profile projects in the Fan and Scott’s Addition can now add a Manchester notch to its belt. Spy Rock Real Estate, run by principals Andrew Basham and Taylor Williams, recently wrapped up work on their first foray into Manchester, the Old Store Lofts at 1229 Hull St. The… Read more »
Some prime Scott’s Addition real estate is set to change hands and potentially go vertical.
The Scott’s Addition redevelopment property has landed its first lease in a new craft brewery that will take up 17,000 square feet in the unique 1940s building.
2015 brought big development to the Richmond area, with huge property deals, long-awaited developments wrapping up and ground breaking on new projects to watch in 2016.
Some of Richmond’s biggest restaurant players got new locations cooking, new developments and up-and-coming neighborhoods landed eateries, and Scott’s Addition boomed with booze in 2015. Read this year’s restaurant roundup and plan your dining calendar for the new year.
This year brought plenty of new large gym chains and smaller fitness startups to the Richmond scene, providing lots of potential starting points for that New Year’s resolution.
This year saw several local companies champion the startup competition circuit, while brick-and-mortar newcomers set up shop and Hopewell laid the groundwork for its own small business hub.