T-Mobile is expanding and relocating its Henrico County operations, adding significantly to its local workforce and investing millions to renovate a vacant building in eastern Henrico.Continue reading T-Mobile to add hundreds of jobs to its Henrico customer center
EDA to cover permit fees for temporary structures for outdoor dining, retail
Henrico County is offering technical support, streamlining its processes and covering certain permit fees to help businesses reopen safely under the Commonwealth’s Forward Virginia guidelines.Continue reading Henrico offers support for businesses reopening under state guidelines
By building two high schools simultaneously, acquiring 1,200 acres on the James River and pursuing an indoor sports complex, Henrico County shows it’s willing to make bold moves to ensure the community’s success, County Manager John A. Vithoulkas said during his State of the County address for 2019.Continue reading State of the County address reflects on ‘moon shots’
The Henrico County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday authorized negotiations for an indoor sports and convocation center that would be developed on the property of Virginia Center Commons mall.
With its unanimous vote, the board accepted the recommendation of a working group and County Manager John A. Vithoulkas to enter formal talks with The Rebkee Company. The real estate development firm was one of three companies to respond to Henrico’s request for proposals for a venue that could host indoor sports and other large gatherings, such as high school graduations.Continue reading Henrico Board authorizes negotiations over indoor sports, convocation center
Henrico County has agreed to buy the historic Wilton Farm property on the James River in Varina for a variety of potential future uses, including a park with 2.8 miles of river frontage, economic development, schools and a history museum.Continue reading Henrico to acquire 1,184-acre Wilton Farm on James River