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.
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First Citizens Bank & Trust already has six retail locations in the area.
Village Bank leased space at 3117 W. Marshall St. but it will close its location at 1650 Willow Lawn Drive when the new branch opens.
The three-story, 72,000-square-foot building will eventually replace its current hub at 4510 Cox Road.
Byrne Legal Group, formed by attorneys who broke off last year from Hancock Daniel, is taking 4,200 square feet in the under-construction Clay Suites project.