Venture Central will be a clearinghouse for entrepreneurs taking ideas to market
“There's a perspective that the [tourism] industry has the boots on the ground and can really help us to inform decision-making in real time.”
“Most of the property owners are local and have owned their properties for a long time and they are aware of the history.”
Currently, people can only consume alcohol on the Downtown Mall while dining at a bar or restaurant that serves alcohol.
Charlottesville City Council is taking its first look at capital projects for the upcoming fiscal year.
Charlottesville and Albemarle County have been providing monetary and technical assistance to businesses throughout the pandemic and are gearing up for more help ahead of winter.
Charlottesville is considering allowing its boards and commissions to conduct business electronically.
The purchase is part of an agreement between the city and county to keep county courts downtown and to construct a new co-located General District Court.
City officials have spent $20K on credit cards so far this year
Grady Avenue mixed-use development will include restaurants, retail space and apartments.
The general manager of the Sprint Pavilion on the Downtown Mall appeared before the Charlottesville Economic Development Authority on Tuesday …
Members of the Charlottesville Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau's Board of Directors said they were surprised to receive letters from …
Charlottesville Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau directors surprised by plan to shift them to advisory role.
The Charlottesville Economic Development Authority recently passed a resolution that offers financial support — up to $100,000 — to the city f…
Damian Warshall is a part owner of Snowing in Space Coffee, a coldbrew coffee producer on Charlottesville's West Main Street. His status was i…
The city could give the developer more than $1 million in annual tax rebates over the course of 10 years.
Booming growth on West Main Street, the artery connecting the University of Virginia and the Downtown Mall, has provoked hope and concern in e…
Tourism revenues in the greater Charlottesville area reached more than $995 million in 2015, according to a report from the U.S. Travel Association.
Albemarle’s revenues have increased 15.6% from 2011-2015, while Charlottesville’s increased 19.3% in that time period.
City Manager Maurice Jones circulated the letter to City Council on Monday and asked for their feedback. At least one councilor said he was puzzled by the letter.