Several blighted properties in Richmond are on the block this week, but the highest-priced site is in Southside. For the entire list of foreclosures, become a BizSense Pro member.
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Southside lands a new law firm and company named for cozy Danish spirit, while Henrico County reports an investigative group and a second location for a longtime Carytown pet emporium. To get all of this week’s new firms, become a BizSense Pro member.
A busy few weeks of transfers in The DeedBook were led by five properties trading hands for over $3 million each in Henrico County. Richmond recorded another Scott’s Addition sale, and an office building in Midlothian topped Southside’s transactions.
More proxies rolling in with local executive pay packages, first quarter earnings show continued profits at most local banks, and a used-car retailer adds a department store retail chain COO to its board.
Potomac Mills Mall claims $3 million in damages for stones falling off the façade, a community association wants $370,000 for subpar work on three pools, and a former employee of a home improvement chain alleges the company condoned sexually charged behavior in the workplace.
Henrico County reports a new car dealership of national note and a $2 million self-storage building in the works, while Southside reports a $2 million apartment building and a mini storage building. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week’s foreclosure list includes a $500,000 home in Northside. Richmond, Chesterfield and Hanover have the most expensive homes for auction. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico reports several trade shows, including beads and pets. Southside reports a pediatric dentistry practice and retail, including this edition’s business name of the week: Mannequin Militia. To get the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
More bank executives’ compensation packages are revealed as proxy season continues, and a Fortune 500 director sells thousands of shares in this week’s roundup.
A contractor claims a bank opened an unauthorized business account and wants $173,000 in compensation for forged checks, and a landlord says it is owed $191,000 in unpaid rent, taxes and maintenance for a Shockoe Bottom property. To read all the cases, become a BizSense Pro member.