A regional bank’s Henrico IT center gets a $10 million upgrade, a Southside luxury car showroom and big box store get facelifts, and Hanover County reports a slew of residential construction.
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Two properties are on the block for $400,000, and three houses on the same street in two counties share foreclosure status. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico County has a new children’s dentistry practice, and Southside reports a martial arts school. New business name of the week: Pity Party Club.
The CEO of a local REIT purchases shares and a local bank answers employees’ questions about severance related to its pending acquisition in this week’s roundup.
In this week’s legal filings, a wheelchair-bound plaintiff says an e-cigarette caused serious burns and seeks $900,000 in damages. To read the full list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A web of nanofibers, compostable paperboard, an intracranial implantation method and a child carseat are some of the patents issued on this week’s list.
A foundation’s property is on the block in Henrico County, and Southside’s Five Forks Village listed the highest-priced site. For all the data, become a BizSense Pro member.
A shopping center on Midlothian Turnpike sold for $9 million in Southside, and a Richmond apartment building sold for over $10 million. For the list of transactions, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico County reports new tax, accounting and psychiatric services, and a Southside firm is cashing in on the fidget craze. To get all of this week’s licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
A pathologist says he was promised a lab contract and sues for $3 million, and a plaintiff claims damages of $250,000 for subcontract work on an assisted-living facility.