Richmond: Virginia's Strategic Capital
Whether you’re relocating, expanding, or starting a new business, the Richmond DED offers services designed to make your site selection simple and painless - with a robust sites and buildings database, up-to-date demographic and area data, and more. Click on the links below to explore Richmond and learn how we can build your business success.
To view a list of available properties, not specific to City-owned, click here.
City of Richmond Owned Properties
A searchable list of all city-owned parcels or real estate can be found here.
A list of city-owned parcels of real estate declared surplus by City Council can be found here, and a GIS map showing the surplus parcels can be found here.
Policies and procedures for the submission and review of unsolicited offers to purchase City-owned real estate can be found here.
Incentives & Financial Tools
DED has recently developed a series of innovative financial tools and incentives to assist companies that are considering locating or expanding in the city. In addition, the Commonwealth of Virginia's incentive offerings complement the City's. Learn more.
Recent Relocations & Expansions
From Fortune 500 companies like WestRock relocating to Richmond and companies like CarMax HQ expanding in the city to Stone Brewing Company choosing Richmond for their new east coast manufacturing and distribution facility, companies are choosing to relocate and expand operations in Richmond.
The greater Richmond region is home to a significant number of Fortune 500 and 1000 companies, and the city is the headquarters for many of them. From Dominion Energy, ranked 153 to WestRock to New Market Corporation, Richmond is the choice of top companies. Learn more.