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$4B European merger trickles back to Ashland

$4B European merger trickles back to Ashland

Michael Thompson August 17, 2016 0

The ripple effect of a multi-billion-dollar merger is being felt at an Italian-owned local cement facility

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Niagara falls into Chesterfield with $95 million investment

Niagara falls into Chesterfield with $95 million investment

Michael Thompson August 17, 2016 0

Lured with the help of money from the state and county, a California bottling company is pouring into a Chesterfield technology park

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Dominion digs in with downtown demolition

Dominion digs in with downtown demolition

Michael Thompson August 15, 2016 0

The first bites have been taken out of the Richmond Plaza building to make way for Dominion Resources' new downtown tower.

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Couple’s bullish bet on Hull Street continues

Couple’s bullish bet on Hull Street continues

Michael Thompson August 15, 2016 1

With 10 properties purchased along the Manchester stretch of Hull Street since 2015, they aren't hesitating to stake a claim in the early stages of the neighborhood's transformation

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A restaurateur’s tale: Ted Santarella, Tarrant’s, and tough love

A restaurateur’s tale: Ted Santarella, Tarrant’s, and tough love

Michael Thompson August 12, 2016 0

The restaurateur died Aug. 9 at St. Mary's Hospital after succumbing to cancer at age 59, leaving behind a legacy of hard work and an appetite for success

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The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 8.12.16

The Pipeline: Commercial real estate deals for 8.12.16

Michael Thompson August 12, 2016 0

Apartment buildings change hands in Hopewell and Richmond, a contractor firm does its own renovations, and a Dunkin in Henrico in this week's real estate roundup

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Wilton adds to East End holdings

Wilton adds to East End holdings

Michael Thompson August 11, 2016 0

With the acquisition of two East End lots, a local real estate firm has doubled down to protect its previous investment in the neighborhood

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Old wares find new home in Scott’s Addition

Old wares find new home in Scott’s Addition

Michael Thompson August 10, 2016 0

After a banking giant's plans pushed her out of Carytown, a longtime antiques dealer is re-opening her shop in a Scott's Addition space where she says parking may be a bigger concern than the

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Gilt and Ash ready to test West End retail market

Gilt and Ash ready to test West End retail market

Michael Thompson August 9, 2016 3

Two friends-turned-business-partners hope their new shop can corner part of the Libbie-Patterson retail scene

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