Locally owned Carytown Bicycle Co. will open a third area store in the GreenGate mixed-use development in the Short Pump area of western Henrico County, the developer and bicycle company announced Thursday.
GreenGate, a 70-acre planned development that will include 200,000 square feet of commercial and office space and 230 town homes and single-family homes, is being constructed about a quarter-mile west of Short Pump Town Center.
A new-to-Richmond gym brand plans to open in a massive Short Pump mixed-use development that’s already signed on some big-name tenants.
CycleBar, a franchise stationary cycling studio, is in the works for GreenGate, a 75-acre mixed-use project Markel | Eagle Partners is building west of Short Pump Town Center.
The Richmond Restaurant Group now plans to have two of its restaurant concepts in the GreenGate development in western Henrico County.
The company plans to take its East Coast Provisions seafood brand that opened earlier this year in Carytown and open a similar version called West Coast Provisions focusing on offerings sourced from the West Coast.
It will join the company’s second The Daily Kitchen & Bar that’s in the works for the mixed-use development planned on West Broad Street, west of Gayton Road, about one-quarter mile west of Short Pump Town Center.
The developers of a 75-acre mixed-use project in Short Pump have tied down another tenant. Starbucks finalized a lease last week to take 2,000 square feet in Markel | Eagle’s GreenGate development, which is taking shape along West Broad Street, just west of Short Pump Town Center.
The Eagle Classic is back! Join us this weekend, August 15th-17th at Richmond Country Club! 2014 marks the 7th year the Symetra Tour has played in Richmond, Virginia. Contested over 54 holes, the field will consist of 144 Symetra Tour Professionals from around the world. This fun filled week includes additional activities that provide fans with opportunities to interact with the tour players. For tickets and more information visit, www.EagleClassicVA.com. We have also written the schedule for the week below for your convenience.
Richmond, VA - On July 8th, 2015 Eagle Construction of VA, LLC presented a check in the amount of $80,254.23 to FeedMore. This donation was a result of the sale of the FeedMore House project announced early in 2014.
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA – Eagle Construction of VA, LLC, has completed acquisition of 74 homesites from HomeFed Corporation (HOFD) at the master-planned community of Ashville Park in southeastern Virginia Beach. Located in the community’s Ranier Village neighborhood, the lots are a minimum of 7,200 square feet.
Visiting with a few Housing Giants who increased their revenues most year-over-year.
Buyers today tend to be more cautious and require more proof of value, but they still purchase new homes based largely on emotional factors and justify on facts, says Jeff Kornblau, vice president and COO of Eagle Construction. In response to this behavior, the Glen Allen, Va.-based builder adapted its business style to "think like a consumer" and "act like a retailer," in that the company aims to capture design trends yet offer enough flexibility so buyers can personalize their new homes.
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Eagle Construction of Va. is showing a big heart with their upcoming contribution to FeedMore. They first took FeedMore under their wing (so to speak) in 2012 when they selected them to be a beneficiary of the Eagle Classic Golf Tournament. As the story was told by Bud Ohly, Eagle Construction co-founder and president, when they began the search for a charity to support, they were looking for one that did important work, was well organized and touched many lives in a significant way. After considering numerous worthy causes, it was narrowed to two. Unsure which one to go with, he opted for a highly scientific method in making the determination. He e-mailed both organizations and would go with the one that responded first. Call it fate, good fortune, luck, or just really good follow-up skills, it took FeedMore about a minute to respond.