Bill talks with Tim Owens, co-owner of Reclaim Arcade at 2324 Plank Rd. in Fredericksburg's Gateway Village shopping center. Book your visit at ReclaimArcade.com and enjoy watching videos on VHS and Laser Disc, and playing old-school video arcade and pinball games. Check out Reclaim Arcade on social media sites by searching for @ReclaimArcade.
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By Bill Freehling on Feb 10, 2021 03:50 pm
Our friends at the Fredericksburg Nationals have been doing some excellent promotional videos of late on many of the great restaurants we have in our Itty Bitty City. Read in browser »
By Bill Freehling on Feb 10, 2021 03:25 pm
A 3,200-square-foot office lease for Edward Jones at the Cowan Crossing development was among those deals finalized of late in the City of Fredericksburg. Read in browser »
By Bill Freehling on Feb 10, 2021 06:39 am
A new investment firm that will target early-stage venture capital and growth equity investments in U.S. National Security markets plans to open an office in Downtown Fredericksburg. Read in browser »
By Bill Freehling on Feb 06, 2021 12:34 pm
Fredericksburg's Economic Development Authority (EDA) is marketing industrial land parcels between 5 and 25 acres in the City's Battlefield Industrial Park. Read in browser »
By Bill Freehling on Feb 04, 2021 01:40 pm
The Virginia Restaurant, Lodging & Travel Association (VRLTA) is partnering with restaurant-delivery service DoorDash on a $450,000 grant program "to support, recognize, and reward restaurants that have been actively engaged in helping their community and their business adapt during the pandemic." Read in browser »
3,400 s. f. move-in ready office space available for lease. Space can be easily converted for retail use. Multiple private offices, nice interior fixtures, bathroom, reception and more. Highly visible building with frontage and direct access from Fall Hill Avenue (22,000+ ADT). Located in Celebrate Virginia, anchored by Wegmans and home to the Fredericksburg Nationals. Adjacent to Central Park, a 2.5 million square feet power center with nearly 3,000 employees. Convenient to I-95, Route 1 and Route 3.