Katie Demeria

Downtown developers in the spotlight

Eighteen developers presented updates on 55 projects at an event Monday evening, focusing on the downtown area, Manchester and Shockoe Bottom.

Reynolds Crossing building owners at crossroads

Two of the three owners of a high-dollar office building in Henrico’s Reynolds Crossing development are considering selling their ownership in the property.

German grocery invasion continues

Two competing German grocery chains have filed plans for more stores in Chesterfield County, adding to their overall area locations.

HDL buyer beats Ohio lawsuit

Richmond’s newest major healthcare player has shed some more legal baggage. An Ohio judge this week dismissed a three-month-old lawsuit against Texas-based True Health Diagnostics, which entered the Richmond market last year by acquiring Health Diagnostic Laboratory. Filed in November, the case centered on blood tests patented by plaintiff Cleveland HeartLab, which had previously allowed… Read more »

$14M sale keeps soda flowing in Sandston

A massive Coke deal has gone down in eastern Henrico. The 300,000-square-foot Coca-Cola bottling plant at 500 Eastpark Court in Sandston was purchased earlier this month for $14.3 million. The buyer in the Feb. 3 deal was Charlotte, North Carolina-based Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated (CCBCC), which is an independent company that operates outside of the… Read more »

Men’s clinic picks Innsbrook for push into Richmond

A new niche player has joined Richmond’s healthcare scene. Hampton Roads-based Men’s Wellness Centers opened its first local office Feb. 1 at 4050 Innslake Drive in Innsbrook. The company was founded in early 2015 by Tom Mills, its president and CEO. It now has offices in Newport News and Virginia Beach and is eyeing further… Read more »