• Liz Moore & Associates Has Officially Moved Into Its New Building

    Liz Moore & Associates has officially moved into its new building at 14061 Midlothian Turnpike in the Charter Colony Shopping Center in Midlothian. After over 2 years of searching for the perfect location and working with local architect Balzar and Associates and builder Century Construction to design and build the real estate office of the future…the dream has finally become a reality.

    When asked about the office design, Liz Moore & Associates Managing Broker Tonya Morrow says, “our goal was a resi-mercial look – a combination of the comfort of home and the functionality of state-of-the-art commercial space.”

    The newest Liz Moore & Associates office is a 13,000 square foot, single story building that will be home to 50 sales agents and support staff. It was designed with multiple meeting spaces for agents and clients, as well as flex space for agents to gather for meetings as well as a full suite marketing agency. The tower lobby doubles as a training facility and will also be used to host client and community events.

    “The building design is totally different than our Peninsula and Williamsburg offices,” says President Liz Moore. “We focused on the open space here; collaboration and community are two hallmarks of our company culture, and we wanted that reflected in our work environment.”

    “We wanted our space to be totally unique – a place where in addition to agents working and meeting with clients, we would be able to host client events and educational events for the community we work in. We are planning on events for those interested in not only selling their homes, investing in real estate, and first-time buyer programs but also, hosting football nights, family movie nights and so much more. So far, it’s been great. Everyone has been wowed by the space,” says Morrow.

    Liz Moore & Associates has been in business since 2003 and opened its first branch in the Richmond market in 2016. Since then it has outgrown 3 temporary spaces as it has rapidly expanded its market share in Chesterfield and become one of the top players in the market.



  • “Relaunch Chesterfield” Aims to Reopen Chesterfield Businesses


    Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce, Chesterfield Cabinet and Chesterfield County have united to support a coordinated relaunching of the Chesterfield economy.   Relaunch focuses on issues for businesses and elected officials around the county to consider as reopening plans are made. "Relaunch Chesterfield" is meant to work in conjunction with the Governors’ Covid-19 Business Task Force recommendations as they too begin the work of relaunching Virginia’s economy. 

    "Relaunch Chesterfield" will be developed in partnership with business leaders across a broad array of industry sectors and organizations around the county, including but not limited to the following sections:

    • Health and Safety First/Internal & External Customers
    • Retail
    • Restaurants
    • Hospitality
    • Arts & Entertainment
    • Healthcare Services
    • Personal Care Service Industry
    • K-12 Education & Childcare and Daycare

    "Relaunch Chesterfield" is meant to serve as a start to the conversation for returning more employees and businesses to work, rather than serving as a final, prescriptive set of answers or solutions.

    We are currently seeking participants to work and lead in these individual industry workgroups.  Please submit your information to be considered for an interested industry cluster workgroup by clicking here.    

    Businesses are resilient in creating opportunities to thrive in challenging conditions.  Businesses ability to pivot their business model and allow others to learn from that change is important for the greatest number of businesses to relaunch. By joining efforts and bringing businesses and resources together we have the ability to make adjustments quickly and start commerce sooner. 

    When the Commonwealth is ready to open Virginia, Chesterfield will be ready to open.

    We are looking for 8-10 people for each industry workgroup indicated to develop a framework for success.  Models and examples are already available as a guide from across the Country.  Workgroups using best practices can have the best opportunity for a successful plan.