Warming things up on a chilly evening, a crowd of 180 came out in force for the year’s third and final installment of BizSense’s Five O’Clock Belles ladies-only networking event. Enjoy the slideshow above for scenes from the night, which took place at Lunch.Supper’s Urban Roost events space at 3023 W. Marshall St. in Scott’s… Read more »
Chesterfield County reports lots of retail permits: from footwear to pets to knitting. Henrico County has permits for an arts and crafts show at Richmond Raceway. the city of Richmond reports several restaurants. To get all of this week’s permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
The largest shareholder of a local bank acquires another $3 million worth of shares. Plus, plenty of third quarter 10-Q’s rolling in, as well as local insiders buying and selling.
A plaintiff claims damages of $900,000 because it says sellers changed their minds so they obstructed the sale of real estate. A service station and mall owner says it is due $200,000 in unpaid rent for eatery spaces. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
Chesterfield County reports a $4 million permit for an enhancement of Matoaca Middle School. Cedarfield in Henrico County has a permit for $1.3 million for a new building and renovations. To read all of this week’s permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
A medical logistics firm gets a new interim CEO. New faces in real estate, technology and law in this week’s Herd.
This week a $600,000 home in the Salisbury subdivision is on the block. For all of this week’s list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico County reports several retail stores, a Mexican restaurant and a law firm. Chesterfield County reports a new dental practice and Wawa. For the entire list of new businesses, become a BizSense Pro member.
Apartment sales dominate the transfers this week. Richmond reports a $62 million sale of apartments at Stony Point. Henrico County reports two sales of apartments for a total of $57 million. For the entire list of transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
Former employees file discrimination suits against Bank of America and the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church, and a plaintiff says she is due $387,500 because a medical practice is in default of a purchase agreement. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.