Two big-name departures announced in the last week, as the CFO of Dominion and dean of the UR business school are stepping down. Plus a new practice leader at Keiter and new faces in law, real estate, education and more.
This week’s highest priced home is in Hampton Park in Chesterfield County. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reports the following deal: RLN Company LLC purchased 1500 Commerce Road in Richmond for $2.1 million. Isaac DeRegibus represented the seller. Planet Fitness leased 21,575 square feet at 9645 W. Broad St. in Henrico County. Nicki Jassy represented the tenant, and James Ashby IV represented the landlord. Starbucks Corporation leased… Read more »
A $40 million apartment complex in Chesterfield County heads up this week’s list of property sales. A golf firm tees off in Henrico County with a $5 million purchase. A longtime empty diner in Manchester sells in Richmond. To read the entire list of commercial transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
A business brokerage says it is due $72,125 in the sale of a popular Carytown restaurant, and a customer wants $500,000 in compensation for injuries he says he received breaking up a fight among kitchen staff that spilled into a Golden Corral dining room. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
Dominion gets a new CFO, CarMax details its quarterly results and more.
This week’s patents include an improved joint brace, an aviation additive and a lyme disease vaccine.
Hirschler Fleischer elects a new president. A health service firm names a new CEO and announces a spinoff and CEO. New faces in law, nonprofits, manufacturing and more in this week’s Herd.
The state lottery taps a Scott’s Addition shop as its lead media agency, a celebrity comedy couple joins in on a locally produced ad campaign, and other Richmond-area firms release work and announce new clients.
This week’s list includes Richmond’s September licenses, including a new law firm and Church Hill restaurant. Henrico County reports a funeral services firm and new physician. Chesterfield County reports a bookstore and two restaurants. To read the over 200 licenses in this week’s list, become a BizSense Pro member.