Dominion Energy-led new Coliseum

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I think Richmonders have just gotten comfortable the way things are. Richmonders love it when a new brewery, restaurant or grocery store opens but are hesitant and scream "it's going to fail" when a project like Navy Hill is proposed.
They should turn the Coliseum into a brew garden.
 
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Laser tag in the upper concourses, go karts on the floor, pop up restaurants and bars on the main concourse. Everyone gets hammered and there's tons of toilets.
 
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Laser tag in the upper concourses, go karts on the floor, pop up restaurants and bars on the main concourse. Everyone gets hammered and there's tons of toilets.
Yes. Of course you need to add an arcade and bowling alley. The hip thing to do. Maybe even a Ringling Brothers type Escape Room.
 
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Yes. Of course you need to add an arcade and bowling alley. The hip thing to do. Maybe even a Ringling Brothers type Escape Room.
Activities and lax alcohol laws are the key to any successful endeavor I'm Richmond. Maybe the Pamunkeys can turn it into a casino.
 
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Activities and lax alcohol laws are the key to any successful endeavor I'm Richmond. Maybe the Pamunkeys can turn it into a casino.
Nah, they are building one in Manchester. Maybe when they legalize cheeba they can have a smoking lounge. DL will live in his own room in the back.
 
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Activities and lax alcohol laws are the key to any successful endeavor I'm Richmond. Maybe the Pamunkeys can turn it into a casino.
Maybe the Pamunkeys and the Navy Hill group need to partner and cut the City of Richmond completely out of any deal just like VCU and the Flying Squirrels are doing regarding the baseball stadium. That way, the City of Richmond can't screw it up and/or run it into the ground 10 years from now.