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2nd & Marshall Up for Development

I believe this is the parking lot on the NW corner of 2nd and Marshall across from Thai Corner and Island Bistro. From the RTD: The best probable use would be a mixed development primarily devoted to a limited service hotel, according to the city’s request for proposals. However, other approaches that underscore the unique […]

Getting to know Ronald Stallings

By now, almost everyone knows who Ron Stallings is.  Here’s a few things you probably didn’t know courtesy of the Richmond Times Dispatch Best business decision: “Focusing on the development of Jackson Ward. “Worst business decision: “Not going into the bottled-water business in 1990. My dad owned a building at Harrison and West Clay Street […]

Ron Stallings Also Recognized by Golden Hammers

While this wasn’t included in the previous story, it should be noted that Ron Stallings was awarded Andrew Asch Historic Developer Award I quote: For the renovation of dozens of historic properties and construction of numerous infill projects that goes beyond the role of a developer, creating – through vision and perseverance – a Renaissance in […]

Back In Style

After some recent bad press, Style Weekly has come back in a big way and put Jackson Ward on the front page of this week’s issue.  Readers and residents already know about the economic and cultural revival of Jackson Ward, now the readers of Style will too.   I predict many more stories about “The […]

Ronald Stallings named 2008 Real Estate Visionary of the Year

Ronald Stallings, president of a real estate development company that has renovated or redeveloped 47 properties in Jackson Ward, Walker Row Partnership, was named 2008 Real Estate Visionary of the Year by the Richmond Real Estate Group last week. His projects include “the 2C condominiums, the W.W. Browne House, the Southern Aid Life Insurance Building, […]