Development

Pilot program brings art to ten Broad Street boxes
Richmonders are invited to apply to join the Zoning Advisory Council to provide input to the planning commission.
Anchored by National Slavery Museum, the project aims to help Richmond come to terms with its history
Find out what transportation projects the CVTA will consider for funding and share your thoughts during the public comment period.
The university has partnered with out of state firm to build 130+ apartments
The city wants to establish a comprehensive way to evaluate historic and cultural resources in our community — check out the project outline and see how you can contribute
The 43-mile multi-use trail will run from Petersburg to Ashland with natural attractions, amenities, public art, and development opportunities
Board of Supervisors votes to purchase 2,095-acre property
Henrico County has released a survey to gather feedback on proposed designs around Libbie, Monument, and Willow Lawn
New terminal is next step in company’s 90+ year history in Richmond
Tell us which empty building could be used differently.
The 43-mile trail is set to be a north/south companion to the Capital Trail in Virginia
Richmonders can now apply to join the group until Dec. 4
The “streetcar suburbs” that changed the River City city forever
After two historic Church Hill storefronts were torn down in August, the city has now approved the development to continue
Leading Pedestrian Intervals enhance safety for non-drivers at intersections around the city
The shopping center is set for a long-term mixed-use redevelopment that could take place over 20 years.
Proposed projects would build solar facilities in Powhatan and Hanover
The fee would be 15 times what the organization pays for The Diamond lease each year, but would increase team involvement with ballpark design
Envision Hanover sets housing and workforce goals for next two decades
The first phase of the project, which includes apartments and retail, is scheduled for completion in 2025
A recent report on post-pandemic bike trips shows Richmond on the rise
The city grouped three proposed zoning changes together in August 2022 — here’s what has changed since then and what it means for Richmonders
GRTC is collecting responses on possible bus rapid transit routes heading north and south in Richmond
When complete, the multi-use trail will run from Petersburg to Ashland
ASM Global will handle day-to-day and some scheduling operations at the center, which is set to open in October
Fences were removed and temporary landscaping is complete at the traffic circle intersection of Monument and Allen avenues
Henrico is installing two championship courts with spectator seating at Pouncey Tract Park — here’s where to play the popular game.
Plenty expects to start growing strawberries in late 2023/early 2024.
Check out the plan for the historic neighborhood and provide your comments before August 27.
The football team won’t be returning to the River City, leaving a large facility near Scott’s Addition.
Good news for Richmond.
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