Renovations and Construction | Regency | Richmond, Virgina
Road Improvements - Phase I

img_4339 img_4366 img_4489 img_4307 img_4498 img_4502 img_4512 img_4548 img_4546 img_4543 img_4555 img_4559 img_4558 img_4565 img_4541 img_4624 img_4777 img_4774 img_4628 img_4619 img_4621 img_1775 img_4825 img_4629 img_4835 img_4836 img_4837 img_4845 img_4842 img_4840 img_4946 img_4944 img_4822 img_4939 img_4776 img_4846 img_1798-1 img_4950 img_5043 img_5025 img_5028 img_4532 img_4531 img_4528 img_5098 img_5097 img_5095 img_5266 img_5265 img_5274 img_5270 img_5284 img_5283 img_5289 A  series of road improvements began on Tuesday, September 5 impacting Quioccasin and North Parham roads. Regency, located in the southwest intersection, will continue to operate during the construction process and inconvenience to customers and merchants will be kept to a minimum.  This road project, together with other development plans and prospective tenants will transform Regency and bring new life to the area.

The first phase of work will include the demolition of the Quioccasin Road bridge, which provides access to the mall property west of Parham. Quioccasin’s eastbound lanes will be closed between Parham and Starling Drive.  Quioccasin’s eastbound traffic will be detoured north onto Starling and east onto Fargo Road.  Lane closures are expected to remain in effect for about 45 days. Bridge demolition to start shortly thereafter.

Although, two entrances to Regency will be closed during the early stages of road construction, the remaining five entrances will not be impacted during the transition allowing for easy access into the shopping center. One of the entrances along Quioccasin will close to prepare for Starbucks, MOD Pizza and Chipotle. Starbucks will repurpose and occupy the former Bank of America building.

Bridge demolition will allow Regency’s developers to create a new signature entrance bringing a new look and feel to the existing property. The northern parking deck in front of what was the Macy’s building will also come down, further increasing the mall’s visibility and creating an opportunity for outside entertainment and dining.