A Richmond public relations and government affairs firm has found itself a new home in the Fan.
A plastic manufacturing facility in Eastern Henrico will close at the start of next year.
Developer Bob Atack announced last week that he had closed on a 70-acre parcel along West Broad Street for $6.75 million in cash.
An Ashland-based security and fire protection company continues to expand.
Two business school buddies are in a real estate business of sorts, leasing space to stylists at three local salons.
Some big sales closed this week by One South Commercial and Grubb & Ellis. Plus, big spaces leased at Reynolds crossing and yet another frozen yogurt shop takes space.
Midlothian-based Rebkee recently completed a project in James City County near Williamsburg. The $15 million development includes a new 35,000-square-foot LEED-certified Food Lion grocery store. The development also includes a 13,600-square-foot CVS, pictured.
Dominion is looking to expand its use of solar energy, while at the same time seeking to impose a new fee on residential solar systems.
The City of Richmond is pinning its hopes of revitalizing Shockoe Bottom on a $70 million renovation of the train shed at Main Street Station.
A $29 million apartment development is heading into the home stretch.