Just in the past ten years, 20 projects in Danville have been certified for both state and federal historic tax credits. Eighteen of those are within 0.5 miles of downtown Danville.
How Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits Contributed to the Revitalization of Downtown Danville
New Danville park, one of the city’s many ongoing riverfront projects, breaks ground today
Local officials hope that Riverfront Park, which will sit on the banks of the Dan River, will promote tourism, recreation and revitalization.
Zollner Elektronik investment in Danville will create 80 jobs
The European company is expanding its presence in Virginia, including a $14 million investment in its Danville manufacturing operations.
Danville’s revitalization plan faced skepticism, but now it’s a model for other communities. Here’s how the city did it.
Danville’s Industrial Development Authority bought old, empty buildings — sometimes at above-market prices — with the goal of selling them to developers. The strategy drew some criticism over the years, but local leaders believe it’s paid off in ...
Danville opens storefront space where residents can share input on comprehensive plan
The 20-year plan will rely heavily on community voices, and the Plan Danville space on North Union Street is a place where residents can come to share their thoughts.
Start-Up Slam presenters share business ideas to address community problems — and maybe nab a cash prize
From food to exercise to helping underserved populations, Danville residents pitched business ideas that they were passionate about. Two winners split $300 in prize money.
Danville to host poetry slam-style event for aspiring entrepreneurs
The River District Association is hosting its third Start-Up Slam, where people can share their business ideas in an informal, low-stakes environment.
Pharmaceutical engineering and manufacturing firm expands in Danville
The local company is investing $6.1 million and creating 34 jobs with an expansion.