Friday, January 27, 2012

Another Downtown Skyscraper to be Converted

In a Richmond BizSense article dated January, 23, 2012, one of Richmond's oldest skyscrapers will be converted in 154 apartments. The neoclassical First National Bank building at 823 E. Main Street and its neighboring building at 825 E. Main will be converted as part of a $30 million project in downtown Richmond. To read more about this project, please click here.

Southwest Landing in Richmond

The Richmond Times Dispatch reported on January 20th that Southwest Airlines will be coming to Richmond International Airport. Troy Bell, RIC's director of marketing and air service development stated, "Southwest is really a game-changer. If you're a community that's focused on quality of life and economic development, you definitely want to be part of Southwest's route map." To read the full article, please click here.

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

City Develops New Video Featuring Homes for Sale

The City of Richmond is proud to showcase the wide array of affordable, energy-efficient single-family homes available for sale in some of Richmond's most historic neighborhoods. ECD's Neighborhoods in Bloom Program has developed a new video highlighting homes for sale in its six neighborhoods. Click here to view RVA Living.