A major Richmond nonprofit has picked up a vacant office building in Jackson Ward as a second location and will start moving some employees there this fall.
Uncertainty was the word of the day from local business leaders at a panel discussion held Thursday morning.
The Hanover County Department of Economic Development is getting some fresh digs.
No matter how you slice it, office vacancy rates are climbing in Richmond. And true to supply and demand, landlords are getting more and more generous with freebies such as up to six months free on a long-term lease to lure tenants.
It’s gotta be the shoes. As a podiatrist in Bethesda, Md., Dodd Levy found that many of his diabetic patients had problems finding the proper shoe. Diabetics suffer from poor circulation, which can lead to a loss of sensation. In the wrong shoe, feet deteriorate with sores that sometimes lead to amputation.
Nearly 1 million square feet of class A office space in the Innsbrook area could be vacated as locally-based corporations downsize, driving down rental rates in the area but potentially making the Richmond area more attractive to corporations considering moving here. Almost every office building at Innsbrook has a “for lease” sign, and the situation… Read more »