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Hanover’s Perspective

Making the GRACRE Grade

Two Hanover Companies were recently recognized with the Greater Richmond Association of Commercial Real Estate (GRACRE) Project of the Year Award. The following is a reprint of an article originally published by that covers the event and the award-winning projects. Congratulations to Owens & Minor and Creative Office Environments, and we are grateful for their support and investment in Hanover County…. View Article

Creative Moves into New Headquarters in Hanover’s Northlake Business Park

Creative, a local success story and a leading provider of interior furnishings and work tools for business, has moved into their newly-constructed headquarters and distribution facility in Hanover County. The 88,000 square foot facility is located in the Northlake Business Center at Lewistown Road and I-95, which will provide the company with convenient access to their multi-state network of clients. Click here… View Article

America’s Promise Alliance Names Hanover County One of 100 Best Communities for Young People

In Partnership with Capital One, Competition Recognizes Outstanding, Innovative Efforts That Benefit Children and Youth America’s Promise – The Alliance for Youth is pleased to announce that Hanover County is a winner of a national competition to identify the 100 Best Communities for Young People. Click here to read more

Bass Pro Shops Coming to Hanover County, Virginia

Bass Pro Shops has announced plans to build an outdoor superstore at the intersection of Interstate 95 and Lewistown Road in Hanover County. It will anchor a 180 acre destination retail project being developed by Holladay Properties. The store may also include their famous Islamorada Fish Company restaurant. More information about the store and date of opening will be released in the… View Article

Hanover County Achieves ‘AAA’ Bond Rating

Hanover has become the smallest county by population in the United States to receive this distinction. Hanover County is one of only 32 county governments nationwide (out of more thatn 3,100 counties) to have achieved the ‘AAA’ bond rating from Fitch and the seventh in Virginia. Click here to read more

VCU-Sponsored Program for International Business Certificate

The VCU School of Business and Richmond-based co-sponsoring organizations are pleased to offer the 9th Annual International Business Certificate Program, beginning September 5th 2006 and ending November 21st 2006. Click here to read more