The five-story, 2.6 million-square-foot warehouse complex would be built for an unidentified tenant, but the developer has ties to Amazon.
Richmond’s EDA is awarding $120,000 to Chop Chop RVA to help restaurants survive the pandemic by making to-go orders more profitable.
A rezoning application to allow taller buildings to be built on the property is already in the works.
The EDA tapped New Orleans-based Convergence Strategy Group to help evaluate RFPs and assist in negotiations down the road.
The Indian buffet closed this month after 45 years in business but the building won’t be empty for long. Ariana Kabob expects to open within a few weeks.
The developers applied for a special use permit to build six stories high on Belleville Street, which has become a busy strip recently.
The real estate data giant, which has about 1,000 employees in Richmond, has become a major landlord along the city’s riverfront.
Civica, which is partnering with Phlow, VCU’s Medicines For All Institute and AMPAC, plans to manufacture generic drugs and create 200 jobs.
Ezaddin Alshami, who also owns Northside Gourmet Market, plans to spend $500,000 to renovate the new space and add equipment.
James River Housing Partners purchased the Arts District property, which features 17 apartments above 3,000 square feet of commercial space.