The firm has about 30 employees in Richmond, 10 of which will relocate to the 4,900-square-foot space that had housed the 3Sports triathlete shop.
It joins Guitar Center, J. Crew, Pier 1 Imports, Lord & Taylor, and many others that have filed Chapter 11 in Richmond over the last 12 months.
The price tag included the 55,000-square-foot facility at 2308 Westwood Ave., which was built for $25 million, and a 20-year lease on the property.
The trustee accused the legal services giant of keeping the law firm alive longer than it should have but it said she presented “a misguided narrative.”
Billy Tunner is now at the helm but Chris Malone, who joined the firm in 1981, will continue his law practice there.
Southern Community Bank, an offshoot of Sevier County Bank, is the third new bank John Presley has helped launch locally.
The 4,000-square-foot Midlothian Turnpike property has sat vacant for about a year.
Publix already opened in the new $40 million, 120,000-square-foot shopping center, Chase Bank is on the way and Virginia ABC may lease space.
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