The Collaboratory of Virginia will lease office space exclusively to nonprofit organizations. The $5 million venture will operate within the U-Turn Sports’ building at 2101 Maywill St.
A local IT firm is relocating its headquarters from Innsbrook to the Whole Foods-anchored development in the city, in part to be closer to one of its major clients that’s also moving in next door.
Markel’s chairman announces his intent to step down next year, Universal Corp. acquires a fruit company in the Pacific Northwest and more.
O’My Dairy Free Gelato was founded in Richmond by food industry veterans from Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods and General Mills. The company is amid a $745,000 capital raise.
The lease brings together two Markel-owned firms, as both PartnerMD and GreenGate’s developer are owned by the Innsbrook-based insurance giant.
The space at the corner of West Cary and South Shields streets had been home to Woody’s Inn restaurant, but has been vacant for years.
“Unlike a paper card that’s just an afterthought, every single time you hand someone a metal card, when you have that second conversation, they remember it,” said Ryan Leach, co-founder of Lux Metal Card.
The company builds bikes for bicycle touring where the rider carries their gear with them on the bike on trips that can span thousands of miles and months of time. The bikes sell for up to $3,500.
One of the bigger storefronts in Carytown is set to become available next year as the owners of a longtime Richmond furniture and home decor shop head into retirement.
Earnings season draws to a close and plenty of industry insiders buy, sell and gift shares, while Bay Banks of Virginia announces it’s consolidating branches in Chesterfield.