Event set to discuss hot spots for commercial real estate in Chesterfield, south of the James
Andrew G. Gillies, Chesterfield’s planning director since 2017 who has worked for more than 30 years in the planning and community development in Texas and Kentucky.
a residential and commercial real estate developer and the principal in many historical redevelopment projects throughout the Richmond region. Emerson and his business partners developed many Chesterfield projects including River’s Bend, Meadowville Landing, Chester Village Green, The Highlands, Colony Village Apartments and Moore’s Lake Apartments.
Ryan Fanelli, a partner and first vice president at Henrico-based brokerage Commonwealth Commercial Partners. He works with developers and others who are buying and selling sites for commercial and residential project development.
Richmond Times-Dispatch Business Editor Gregory J. Gilligan will moderate the discussion.
Metro Business Live will be held at the RTD building at 300 E. Franklin St. The gathering, which includes a catered breakfast, will be from 7:15 to 9 a.m. Tickets are $20 per person.
To buy tickets and to get more information about Metro Business Live, go to www.richmond.com/ events/metro-business-live.
George P. Emerson Jr.,