Va. Dept. of Housing and Community Development recognizes top business projects
The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) on Thursday announced the 2020 Virginia Main Street Merit Award winners, with businesses and projects in the Shenandoah Valley and Northern,
Tenants include Starbucks, Potbelly and Sleep Number
Two retail spaces in a Harrisonburg shopping center have sold for a total of $5.25 million, Harrisonburg-based commercial real estate brokerage Cottonwood Commercial announced Monday. The 2,500-square-foot Starbucks unit and
University said it will continue, however, to bear name of James Madison despite slave ownership
James Madison University announced Monday that university leadership is asking the JMU Board of Visitors to rename three campus buildings on its Quad that are named for Confederate leaders Gen. Thomas
Harrisonburg, Pittsylvania County, Danville and Southern Virginia Regional Alliance recognized
The Virginia Economic Developers Association (VEDA) announced Tuesday the recipients of its 2020 Community Economic Development Awards (CEDA): the city of Harrisonburg for its Bricks & Clicks Initiative and a
The drive-through franchise will remain in the building.
A Dairy Queen Grill & Chill in Harrisonburg sold for $1.15 million, Denver-based Blue West Capital announced Thursday. Dairy Queen was the only tenant leased to the property at 78
Jason Good attended EMU and held several previous positions with the university.
Eastern Mennonite University has named Jason Good as vice president for innovation and student recruitment — a new position for the private liberal arts university in Harrisonburg, EMU announced Monday.
The property was 100% leased at the time of sale.
A retail center in Harrisonburg adjacent to James Madison University has sold for $5.275 million, Harrisonburg-based commercial real estate brokerage Cottonwood Commercial announced Tuesday. Tenants at the 11,900-square-foot retail strip