New partners are named at local law firms, and an executive director is appointed at a yoga organization. Moves in real estate, technology and more.
It’s auction lite this week as foreclosures slow down in the shadow of COVID-19. BizSense Pro members can access the list.
Applications start today for the city’s small business disaster loan program, Chesterfield tweaks its budget proposal by $50 million, and an appeal of a site plan for an industrial park in Hanover is up for a vote this week.
An $8 million sale of apartments in Hanover heads the list, followed by a $1.5 million sale of apartments in Henrico.
Proxy season is in full swing as companies disclose the compensation packages paid out to their top executives. The highest seen thus far is $17 million. Plus, a local company suspends its share repurchase program.
Richmond reports new townhomes in the East End. Chesterfield has town homes, residential homes and school improvements underway. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A headmaster is named president of two prominent Catholic schools. An ad agency names a PR director. New faces in law, real estate and more.
A Scott’s Addition-based agency’s media services division picks up work in Roanoke, a national clothing retailer selects a Richmond firm as its creative lead, and a local sports advocacy nonprofit selects an area shop to brand an extension of the Virginia Capital Trail.
County governments launch programs to support local restaurants in response to COVID-19, Hanover hires Goochland’s county administrator, and RRHA’s CEO resigns a year after he arrived.
A new shopping center in Chesterfield is the top sale. In Henrico, 14,000 square feet of industrial property tops leases.