A pair of developers plans to refurbish an aging apartment complex on Jefferson Avenue once declared unfit for human occupancy. Jason Wilson and Steve Staats bought the dilapidated, 26-unit complex at 205 Jefferson Ave. from the Danville ...
Danville apartments once declared unfit will get new life after $2 million redevelopment
Work begins on new Airbnb project in downtown Danville to provide ‘Southern Virginia experience’
Rick Barker, the developer behind the evolution of the 500 block of Craghead Street since 2015, is bringing an Airbnb with nine units to that part of the River District. One of the rooms will be for an artist-in-residence under a partnership ...
Intertape Polymer Group adding 50 jobs in Pittsylvania County
Intertape Polymer Group will bring 50 new jobs to its Pittsylvania County manufacturing facility over the next four years as the company looks to increase production of several of its various packaging products.
Casino, pandemic affect plans for second boutique hotel in Danville
“It could be something other than the boutique hotel,” said Brent Cochran, one of the principals for the redevelopment plans at the Doctors Building on Main Street in Danville.
IDA to use $100,000 in grants for second phase of environmental assessment at Schoolfield, White Mill sites in Danville
An ongoing environmental analysis at the former Dan River Inc. sites in Schoolfield and at the White Mill just got a $100,000 boost.
Regional board approves agreement for AeroFarms to receive $200,000 grant
AeroFarms, the company that announced in December 2019 it would bring 92 jobs to the region and invest $42 million over three years, will get a $200,000 state grant if it meets up to a performance agreement approved Monday by the ...
With casino now an anchor tenant in Schoolfield, Danville officials shift focus of master plan
City officials are going to request to add the West Main Street corridor and the surrounding neighborhood to the Schoolfield master plan that is being developed.
Danville IDA forgives more than $100,000 in loans for local businesses
The Danville Industrial Development Authority, which had loaned out $129,600 to eight businesses in the city earlier this year, decided to forgive the unpaid portion of the loans — totaling $117,617 — during a special meeting earlier this month.