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Third local Subaru dealership in the works

Third local Subaru dealership in the works

Michael Schwartz May 19, 2016 0

A Charlottesville-based car dealer is adding to its lineup in the Richmond market. Carter Myers Automotive is building a new Subaru dealership in Chesterfield County after winning the rights to run the Japanese automaker’s

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Startup expanding across the (man-made) pond

Startup expanding across the (man-made) pond

Michael Thompson May 19, 2016 0

As it adds more clients and expands its employee count, a local insurance price comparison website is tripling the size of its Henrico County headquarters. Compare.com is relocating this summer to 26,000 square feet

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West Coast ad agency opens office in Richmond

West Coast ad agency opens office in Richmond

Jonathan Spiers May 18, 2016 0

A newcomer to the Richmond advertising scene is making its entrance to the market through a pair of Golden Arches. San Francisco-based H&L Partners has set up shop in Shockoe Bottom after picking up

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College rental startup settles into VCU

College rental startup settles into VCU

Michael Thompson May 17, 2016 0

An online real estate startup with an appetite for college towns has tapped Richmond as its newest market. RentCollegePads.com began listing rental properties located around Virginia Commonwealth University in March. The off-campus housing site

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West End office sale tops $14M

West End office sale tops $14M

Michael Thompson May 16, 2016 0

The price tag on a Boston-based firm’s acquisition of four West End office buildings reached eight figures. Grander Capital Partners, through Glen Forest Richmond LLC, paid $14.25 million for 7110 Forest Ave. and 7200,

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CarMax grabs more of the Hat Factory

CarMax grabs more of the Hat Factory

Richmond BizSense May 16, 2016 0

CarMax will have some more elbow room when it sets up its new downtown space this summer. The used car retail giant has added 6,000 square feet to the 26,000 it leased back in

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Out-of-town bank makes pre-deal move in Midlothian

Out-of-town bank makes pre-deal move in Midlothian

Michael Schwartz May 12, 2016 0

A pending acquisition isn’t stopping a Chesapeake-based bank from increasing its presence in the Richmond market. Monarch Mortgage, the lending arm of Monarch Bank, last month opened a new Chesterfield office in a leased

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Local home buying startup cuts deal with Realtors group

Local home buying startup cuts deal with Realtors group

Jonathan Spiers May 12, 2016 0

A local real estate startup that recently picked up some national press has secured an agreement with its hometown Realtors group. Nestiny, a website for homebuyers and real estate agents, has struck a deal

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From a Phoenix, a Ruby rises in Carytown

From a Phoenix, a Ruby rises in Carytown

Michael Thompson May 11, 2016 0

An established Carytown merchant is rebranding and moving one of her stores to a recently vacated space a few doors down. Kay McCarthy plans to open Ruby, a new incarnation of her Phoenix 2.0

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Parachute Factory sold at auction – again

Parachute Factory sold at auction – again

Jonathan Spiers May 10, 2016 3

A foreclosed Manchester apartment complex with ties to two of Richmond’s most notorious developers is set to change hands for the second time in six months. The 95-unit Parachute Factory apartment complex at 300

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