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Downtown shop ends decade-long run

Downtown shop ends decade-long run

Michael Thompson March 10, 2016 1

A Jackson Ward store beside the sites of two debated city projects is closing its doors after 10 years in business

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Real estate firm puts down roots

Real estate firm puts down roots

Jonathan Spiers March 10, 2016 2

After selling dozens of houses in its three years in operation, a local real estate brokerage has bought a home of its own

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Fabric shop adds new layer to Scott’s Addition retail scene

Fabric shop adds new layer to Scott’s Addition retail scene

Michael Thompson March 9, 2016 0

A local retailer is consolidating space it has near the Fan and in Midlothian to open a Scott’s Addition storefront. U-Fab, which sells fabrics for home décor and also does upholstery, custom sewing and furniture, will vacate

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Bank gets green light for Libbie Mill outpost

Bank gets green light for Libbie Mill outpost

Michael Schwartz March 9, 2016 0

As it works to complete its new local headquarters downtown, TowneBank is moving forward with another new location at a major development to the west. The Hampton Roads-based bank last month received approval from

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Brokerages join forces in Midlothian

Brokerages join forces in Midlothian

Jonathan Spiers March 9, 2016 0

A longtime residential real estate brokerage is moving further into the digital age with the recent acquisition of one of its newer competitors. Midlothian-headquartered Napier Realtors ERA has acquired the local operations of California-based

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James Center auction cancelled

James Center auction cancelled

Katie Demeria March 8, 2016 0

Three downtown towers have been taken off the auction block, at least for now. The foreclosure auction of the three-building James Center office complex, originally scheduled for today at noon, has been canceled, according

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Local couple pleads guilty, avoids stimulus trial

Local couple pleads guilty, avoids stimulus trial

Michael Schwartz March 8, 2016 0

In a twist, just days before they were set to face trial in Richmond federal court, a local husband-and-wife team of entrepreneurs has pleaded guilty in a case that questioned whether they abused a

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Construction firm takes new space in the Bottom

Construction firm takes new space in the Bottom

Katie Demeria March 8, 2016 0

About a year after opening its first local office, a Shenandoah Valley-based construction company has already settled into new Richmond digs

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Accounting/tech duo launching ‘mobile CFO’

Accounting/tech duo launching ‘mobile CFO’

Michael Thompson March 7, 2016 0

Dan Steiner was watching “The Today Show” last year when inspiration struck. At the time, Steiner, who runs West End accounting firm Steiner Business Solutions, was frustrated with the difficulty he had getting meetings

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Two strip centers fetch combined $9M

Two strip centers fetch combined $9M

Katie Demeria March 4, 2016 1

A pair of Southside strip centers changed hands last month in multimillion-dollar deals. Branders Creek Corner at 12200 Branders Creek Drive in Chesterfield County was sold in a deal that closed Feb. 17 for

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