Dominion Energy eyes second new skyscraper on site of current headquarters

Dominion Energy eyes second new skyscraper on site of current headquarters

The energy giant will decide whether to either remodel its current headquarters or demolish the 21-story building and erect a tower that mirrors its new skyscraper currently under construction in early 2019.

Photo: Dominion

From Richmond BizSense:

With construction of its new office tower well underway, Richmond’s resident utility giant is cueing up a potential sister structure next door.

Dominion Energy last month submitted plans to the city for a 17-story, 910,000-square-foot building to rise on the site of its existing 21-story headquarters, the One James River Plaza site at 701 E. Cary St.

Dominion Energy spokeswoman Daisy Pridgen said in an email that the plan of development for the second tower helps to ready the property for potential construction should the company decide to go through with the project. That could be decided early next year.

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