The cohousing trend is popping up again in Richmond, this time on North Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
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While a proposed redevelopment of the Richmond Coliseum and adjacent downtown area has dominated headlines in recent years, city leaders appear also to be turning their attention back to the Diamond-anchored 60-acre site along Arthur Ashe Boulevard.
“Funnville” was all business at The Diamond Wednesday evening, as the Richmond Flying Squirrels’ home base played host to BizSense’s most ambitious event yet – which, as it turned out, brought the “Funn” too.
“Funnville” was all business at The Diamond Wednesday evening, as the Richmond Flying Squirrels’ home base played host to Richmond BizSense’s most
ambitious event yet – which, as it turned out, brought the “Funn” too.
For the latest installment of our newest event series, Richmond BizSense is headed to the epicenter of arguably the largest, most valuable untapped pocket of real estate in the city. Tickets are now on sale.
One of the city’s main arterial roads soon will have a new name.
Proposals to block a Northside bike lane from being installed and to rename a major arterial road in the city are on their way to Richmond City Council.
After months of gauging interest – including from Chick-fil-A – Mark Smith is now hitting the gas on his original plan to open a Midas of Richmond store in Scott’s Addition.
It’ll be at least another month before steps are taken to decide the fate of electric scooters in Richmond, a Northside bike lane and the renaming of a central artery in the city.
Plans for a prime piece of Scott’s Addition-area real estate have changed along with its ownership, following a pair of land deals including a neighboring bowling alley site.