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2018 Year In Review Coliseum Central Business Improvement District

Economic Growth

  • 368,489 of commercial square feet leased or purchased
  • $102 Million in capital investments
  • 558 New jobs

Now Open

  • 80/20 Juice Bar: 3150 Allainby Way
  • Ashley Stewart: 2561 McMenamin Street
  • Boost Mobile: 94 Coliseum Crossing
  • Conn's: 1082 W. Mercury Boulevard
  • Eye to Eye Optical: 1 Coliseum Crossing * Grand Re-Opening for a new location
  • Floor & Decor: 2053 Executive Drive
  • Great Clips: 93 Coliseum Crossing
  • John Khut: 2190 Coliseum Drive
  • Kroger: 2190 Coliseum Drive
  • Phenix Salon Suites: 1431 Merchant Lane
  • Pier 88: 2040 Coliseum Drive
  • Pursuit Clothing: 2350 McMenamin Street
  • Twisted Crab: 2120 Allainby Way
  • Valvoline: 1120 W. Mercury Boulevard
  • Virginia Eye Consultants: 2234 Cunningham Drive * Grand Re-Opening for a new location
  • Wagner Macula & Retina: 1062-A W. Mercury Boulevard * Grand Re-Opening for a new location
  • Wing Stop: 5 Coliseum Crossing
  • Starbucks: Riverpointe
  • Kroger Fuel Center: Riverpointe
  • Element Hotel: Peninsula Town Center
  • Mezeh Mediterranean Grill: Peninsula Town Center
  • Hyatt Place Hampton Convention Center: 1905 Coliseum Drive
2053 Executive Drive

under construction

  • Starbucks: Riverpointe
  • Kroger Fuel Center: Riverpointe
  • Element Hotel: Peninsula Town Center
  • Mezeh Mediterranean Grill: Peninsula Town Center
  • Hyatt Place Hampton Convention Center: 1905 Coliseum Drive
Coming Soon to Peninsula Town Center: Element Hotel

Tourism Economic Impact

  • 962,700 Visitors
  • 594,259 Hotel room nights
  • A yearly increase of 5.1% since 2017!

Hampton Roads Convention Center

  • 362 Events
  • 612 Event days
  • 291,329 Attendees

Hampton Coliseum

  • 301,272 Attendees
  • 67 Events

Sponsorship

  • Achievable Dream Academies
  • Center for Child & Family Services
  • Crawlin' Crab Half Marathon & 5K
  • Hampton Arts
  • Hampton Jazz Festival
  • Junior League of Hampton Roads Touch-a-Truck
  • Peninsula Reads
  • Virginia Peninsula Foodbank

coliseum central signature events

roundtable breakfast

The 2018 Roundtable Breakfast series detailed criteria critical to running a successful business. Topics included a range of subjects from "How to Hire Good Employees" to "How to Obtain a Building Permit".

10 Meetings | 211 Attendees

neighborhood night out Health & Safety Fair

On August 7, 2018 40 businesses participated in Neighborhood Night Out at the Hampton Roads Convention Center. The event is free for all BID businesses to participate. New this year, Coliseum Central hosted a blood drive for the American Red Cross. We are happy to report that 21 units of blood were collected!

Coliseum central holiday parade

The 20th Annual Coliseum Central Holiday Parade Presented by Sentara CarePlex Hospital took place on November 17, 2018. Over 45, 000 attendees lined the street to watch the balloons, bands, animals, and floats parade down Coliseum Drive. The parade was later aired on WTKR NewsChannel3 and WGNT with 24,000 households tuning in to watch.

Coliseum Central would like to extend a very special thank you to Sentara CarePlex Hospital for serving as the 20th Annual Presenting Sponsor, Bryant & Stratton College for sponsoring the VIP Tent, Park Lane Tavern for providing the VIP Tent food & beverages, and to all of our balloon and In-Kind sponsors.

Our committees

The Marketing, Security, and Physical Improvement committees awarded $44,209 in matching grants and sponsorship in 2018.

key projects

4 New Bus Stop Benches Installed

  • Coliseum Square
  • Hardy Cash Drive and Hampton Club Drive
  • Sentara CarePlex East
  • Sentara CarePlex West

Introducing: The Security Camera Grant

In 2018 the Coliseum Central Security Committee rolled out the Security Camera matching Grant Program offering business and property owners an opportunity to enhance the safety of their property. Applications are available at coliseumcentral.com.

Nominating Committee Report

In accordance with the Coliseum Central By-Laws, the Nominating Committee would like to submit the following nominees for membership on the Board of Directors:

Class 1 – Largest Property Owners - 3 year term expiring in 2022

  • John Mills (Riverpointe Shopping Center)
  • Randy Bryant (Todd Center)
  • Akhil Jain (Landmark Hotel Group)

Class 2 – Small Business Owners -2 year term expiring in 2021

  • Mike Edmonds (Center for Child & Family Services)
  • Norman Witten (Chick-Fil-A - Coliseum Drive)

Class 3 – Members at Large – 2 year term expiring in 2021

  • Cecilio Torres (Courtyard by Marriott)
  • Larry Cumming (Kaufman & Canoles)
  • Pat Fields (Wynne Ford & Volvo)
  • Sonya Daniels (Sona Bank)
  • Boo Williams (State Farm Insurance)
Thanks for a great year!

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