With its shiny new office tower up and running downtown, Richmond’s resident utility giant Dominion Energy is moving forward with plans to demolish a neighboring building while it mulls construction of a potential replacement.
Looking to live up to a family lineage of entrepreneurial attorneys, a veteran local health care attorney has struck out on his own after more than 20 years at the same firm. And he’s brought a group of lawyers along for the ride.
Two years after it took on more than $30 million from investors, a Richmond-based bank is back in capital-raising mode.
Henrico reports more townhomes, and a tennis club gets an update. Chesterfield continues to work on its new schools and reports more townhouses. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
For its first office outside its hometown of Roanoke, a 25-year-old law firm is setting up shop in Innsbrook after luring a local attorney over from a rival. It’s also in talks to grab some of the furniture left behind at LeClairRyan’s downtown office.
The high-tech driving range war has officially begun in Richmond.
Bankrupt lab company True Health Diagnostics will continue to use its downtown Richmond lab as a home base for its liquidation.
The battle between LeClairRyan and one of its former attorneys continues, even as the law firm has collapsed into bankruptcy.
A Richmond-based bank is officially playing with the big boys.
In its hunt for a new office layout, a local financial firm is leaving its downtown home after a decade and headed south of the river.