Move over, CarMax. Richmond will soon be home to a second publicly traded used car retailer.
A foggy start to the day didn’t dampen the mood at BizSense’s first annual BrightSuite Fall Invitational golf tournament held Monday at Independence Golf Club in Midlothian. And the captain’s choice, par-72 event ended in a photo finish. Two teams tied for first place, each with a combined 57 strokes for a 15-under… Read more »
Amid debates about the future of office space fueled by the rise of remote working, John Levy isn’t ready to write off the suburban office model just yet.
Precautions and pandemic-induced restrictions are required for this week’s Dominion Energy Charity Classic at CCV’s James River Course.
First Citizens Bank purchased the property at 6551 Centralia Road for $1.75 million and plans to open its own branch there.
Patrick Lindsey, who ran the books at the now-defunct arm of Richmond real estate giant Thalhimer, on Oct. 1 requested and received an extension until Jan. 6.
An examiner recommended upholding the disputed approval of VACU’s application to offer membership to the 10,000-member Medical Society of Virginia.
Editor’s note: The RVA 25 is ranked by average annual revenue growth over the previous 3 years (2017-2019 for this edition).
While Richmonders appear to have been socking away cash over the last year, there’s also been continued shuffling in the upper ranks of the region’s battle for bank deposits.
Exhibits Inc., which had been in business for 60 years, saw its revenue run dry in an instant after the coronavirus pandemic hit.