When the agency acquired 353 acres in the tech park in March, it quietly but simultaneously unloaded 307 of those acres to a developer.
The land was transferred to the EDA, which will negotiate a sale of the 92-acre property for a $2.3 billion arena-anchored development.
Richmond’s EDA is awarding $120,000 to Chop Chop RVA to help restaurants survive the pandemic by making to-go orders more profitable.
Noon today is the cutoff to apply for outdoor heat lamps from the city, proposed townhomes on Libbie Avenue go to the Planning Commission, and Ashland offers grant assistance.
The EDA tapped New Orleans-based Convergence Strategy Group to help evaluate RFPs and assist in negotiations down the road.
A mention of the city’s planned slavery museum, and removal of a potential new bridge across the river, are among councilmembers’ proposed changes.
A Southside wholesaler donates 200 outdoor heat lamps for small businesses in Richmond, and several boards meet this week with new leaders elected.
A reason was not provided but his exit follows several big initiatives that he had been leading that drew some controversy.
The Richmond City Council has authorized staff to acquire 12 parcels for a planned slavery memorial and museum, even if it requires using eminent domain.
The Henrico County Planning Commission recommended approval, along with 75 Virginia Center Commons townhomes and a 360-unit development in Innsbrook.