Three courses between Richmond and Williamsburg remain in flux, with one under contract to be purchased by surrounding residents and the other two shuttered for the time being.
Michael Schwartz is the editor of Richmond BizSense, and covers banking, lawsuits, finance, M&A and golf. He can be reached at [email protected] or 804-855-1037.
The closing of a 90-day window for proposals to replace the aging arena and redevelop surrounding blocks downtown came and went with a single respondent submitting a plan.
The golf and entertainment venue planned in Henrico County just west of Scott’s Addition has cleared its last major hurdle.
With its plan of development approved, the national chain of golf entertainment venues is looking to clear one more hurdle this evening.
A local private equity firm has dished out its latest investment, which puts it one step closer toward fully disbursing its first fund and moving onto raising another big pool of money.
A Richmond law firm that boasts clients in the entertainment industry has expanded its practice westward. Gavin Law Office, which was founded locally in 2002, last month opened an office in Charlottesville. The expansion was prompted by the addition of Elva Mason Holland, a Charlottesville attorney who had a longtime solo practice before joining Gavin…. Read more »
Sensing an opening closer to the ocean, a locally based institution is in the early stages of an eastward expansion plan.
A Richmond law firm has beefed up its ranks after losing a namesake attorney at the beginning of the year.
A jury in South Carolina has found Tonya Mallory liable for a share of $50 million in damages for defrauding Medicare and Tricare.
Adding to a recent wave of local growth, the Henrico-based company ended 2017 on a high note with its first out-of-town acquisition.