Chocolate, vanilla, sprinkles and more Cupcakes, goodies and games galore It was a kids night out that everyone adored! What could be more fun than an evening of cupcake madness? After a nutritious dinner was served (of course), children at The Riverfront decorated cupcakes to look like a football field, a funny clown and even... Continue Reading
A developer wants to transform the downtown waterfront to include a new conference center, two additional hotels, an office building, marina and seafood restaurant. Harvey Lindsay Development, a Norfolk-based company, pitched its $200 million plan recently in response to a request for proposals to redevelop Waterside. Under the proposal, the dated and struggling facility would... Continue Reading
Many believe that very few houses are selling and that almost no one can get a mortgage. We want to let everyone know that neither of these assumptions is true. Recently, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) released their Existing Homes Sales Report. According to the report there are, on average, 12,109 homes selling in... Continue Reading
With plenty of available space and easy access to water and sewage, North Suffolk has become a prime location for new home construction. Additionally, the area’s central location makes it a good place to build a home, even in a slow real estate market, according to builders and developers in the region.
It’s January 1st, 2012 in The Riverfront community, and more than 100 residents, young and old, gather at the community swimming pool with their suits on and towels in hand. Nothing can keep the annual Polar Bear Plungers from taking their wild ride down the 100-foot slide into the bone-chilling waters of The Riverfront Swim Club pool.
After welcoming its final guests Sunday, the fall Homearama at the Riverfront ended, and event coordinators said they are thrilled with how the show went. From the builders to city officials, the people who worked to get the show together for its two-week stay in Suffolk said they are happy with how things turned out.... Continue Reading
Funky, double-helix wallpaper runs up and down one wall in the teen den of The Charity House at the Tidewater Builders Association's Fall Homearama. Four sturdy, leather ottomans await energetic teens, who'll use them to sit and play video games or just watch TV. A long cabinet will house remote controls, Blu-ray discs and games when not in use...