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Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Roundup  9.26.08

Pipeline: Commercial Real Estate Roundup 9.26.08

Alec Depcrynski September 26, 2008 0

Doswell Hospitality LLC delivered the first of three hotels, called the Days Inn at Kings Dominion, in June. Doswell Hospitality sold the property to Sumtinath LLC for $3.2 million. Located at 16220 International St.,

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Reader Mail Bag: An irate downtown condo owner

Reader Mail Bag: An irate downtown condo owner

Aaron Kremer September 26, 2008 0

When it rains, it pours. We got more emails on Wednesday than any other day in our brief history. A quick overview: On Wednesday ran a story that said around half of the balconies

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Carytown vacancy declines

Carytown vacancy declines

Alec Depcrynski September 25, 2008 0

Vacancy in Carytown seems to be declining. It’s been three months since we walked through Carytown to figure out how many unoccupied buildings lined the streets. At the time, we counted 22 empty buildings,

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Outsted Circuit City CEO departing Richmond?

Outsted Circuit City CEO departing Richmond?

Aaron Kremer September 25, 2008 0

Richmond has few recruiters who place CEOs of Schoonover’s pay level, and his skills would make him more of a national candidate. Forgetting for a moment that former Circuit City CEO Philip Schoonover might

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Riverfront condos slow to catch on

Riverfront condos slow to catch on

Alec Depcrynski September 24, 2008 0

The two riverfront condo towers are around 50% occupied, according to a BizSense count. Note: After we published this story, Jack Berry, Executive Director for Venture Richmond, got in touch with us to give

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What’s happening to lending: a Q&A with the CEO of First Market Bank

What’s happening to lending: a Q&A with the CEO of First Market Bank

Aaron Kremer September 24, 2008 0

Banks, like humans, fear the unknown. If they can’t assess the value of an asset, say a 10-acre piece of dirt in Henrico County, they don’t want to touch it with a 10-foot pole.

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Printing money one newspaper insert at a time

Printing money one newspaper insert at a time

Al Harris September 23, 2008 0

You know those little inserts that you find affixed between the pages of the newspaper, peeking out from the edges?  Thank Taradel, a Richmond-based flyer printing and design company. The company, which provides self-service

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Cavalier Telephone will remove a new fee if you catch it

Cavalier Telephone will remove a new fee if you catch it

Aaron Kremer September 23, 2008 0

Attention Cavalier Telephone business customers: there may be a new “$5 energy recovery” fee on your monthly bill phone bill which you could avoid paying

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VW Raises Stakes with 62 MPG Car

VW Raises Stakes with 62 MPG Car

Alec Depcrynski September 23, 2008 0

Volkswagen is raising the stakes in the battle for the most fuel-efficient vehicle on the market. The German automaker recently revealed a concept of its next-gen Golf, which delivers a whopping 61.8 miles per

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Follow-up Q&A with Ashland’s director of planning

Follow-up Q&A with Ashland’s director of planning

Alec Depcrynski September 22, 2008 0

An Ashland official is excited about new developments like Bass Pro and a proposed outlet center in Hanover County. Zach Robbins, Acting Director for the Department of Planning & Community Development in the Town

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