An engineering company failed to note foundation deficiencies in a century-old home they were buying, homeowners say, in claiming damages of $500,000, and the city says VCU, engineering and construction companies are responsible for a water main break that cost it $663,000. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
A $3 million renovation of the Henrico County Circuit Court in this week’s permits. Chesterfield County has a permit for a future Starbucks. To get all of this week’s permits, including the city of Richmond, become a BizSense Pro member.
A founding partner of an award winning restaurant has moved on to a new dining venture. Dominion Energy hires a retiring G-man to head security and Lyft names an executive to its new venture, Express Drive.
This week, over $4 million worth of properties are on the block. Henrico and Chesterfield counties account for $2 million of foreclosed homes. To read the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A local insurance company completes an acquisition in Bermuda, a local bank’s largest shareholder again increases his stake in the company and a local CEO exercises nearly $600,000 worth of stock options.
A retired bank branch in Richmond changes hands. In Chesterfield County, 7-Eleven sells another recently purchased property to MDC Coast 11. To read all of this week’s transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
An Indian restaurant and billiard academy are reported in Chesterfield County. Henrico County has a new law firm and solar developer. To get the complete list, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week’s patents include an enhancement e-cigarette, a retinoid skin treatment and pectin combined with nicotine and many more ideas.
Richmond’s police chief announces his retirement at the end of the year. Public broadcasting gets a new CEO. New faces in law, banking and more.
This week’s highest priced auction is for a $500,000 home in Richmond’s Westham neighborhood. To get all of this week’s foreclosed properties, become a BizSense Pro member.