The new addition to the city skyline west of downtown is the first along that stretch of Broad Street to take full advantage of the 12-story heights allowed under the city’s TOD-1 zoning.
Richmond’s request for interest calls for a 10,000-capacity stadium to be built first for the Flying Squirrels — and in a new suggested location.
Jessica Collins’ efforts over the course of the pandemic earned the VCU professor the honorary title at this year’s Richmond Show.
The university bought the site southeast of The Diamond for $7.25 million and next plans to acquire the ABC building across the street.
The 196,000-square-foot Arts and Innovation Academic Building would rise across the street from the Institute of Contemporary Art, while a new data center would go up on a nearby parking lot.
After 16 months of e-commerce largely with out-of-state customers, the owner said a local following created the need for a Richmond store.
Three Richmond area hospitals received high honors in U.S. News and World Report’s annual ranking of the country’s best hospitals.
VCU says a $1 million lawsuit filed against it should be tossed out because the school is considered a “governmental instrumentality for the dissemination of education.”
An 11-acre, $22.4 million student apartment project is quickly coming out of the ground off Chamberlayne Ave., north of VCU.
After more than a year of waiting, Virginia Commonwealth University has finally demolished a 19th century building it owns at 734-736 W. Broad Street. The VCU Real Estate Foundation bought the building in 2010 for $600,000 to make way for an expansion of the student apartments at Broad and Belvidere. The building was built in 1889…. Read more »