Included in this week’s licenses are a motel, a sandwich vendor, spas and more. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
The purchase of 189 acres in Hanover for $4.7 million was the week’s top sale and 35,252 square feet in Ashland was the top lease.
An insurer says an IT firm failed to deliver an operational system and wants $1.4 million in damages. A consulting group claims a manufacturer owes $1.5 million. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
This week’s patents include a method of cryptographic authentification, a circulating biomarker and a collapsible container.
Picturesque weather and an all-outdoor venue made for a relaxed, festive evening last week at Richmond BizSense’s second in-person Hard Hat Happy Hour of 2021.
An advertising firm names a chief client officer, plus new faces and promotions in real estate, finance, architecture, insurance, nonprofits and more.
VUU tower signage and Richmond’s “City Center” plan are on the Planning Commission’s agenda. Multifamily developments are proposed in Chester and advance in Henrico.
This week’s auctions are in Richmond, Powhatan, Henrico, Colonnial Heights and Petersburg. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
Our best of the week includes an update on GreenCity, the reinvention of the old Williams Bridge Co. complex, movement in the LeClairRyan bankruptcy and the city begins to promote “The Diamond District.”
The $86 million sale of apartments in Henrico is the top transfer. (BizSense Pro membership required)