A 34,000 square feet of warehouse space in Henrico heads the leases this week. Only two sales reported this week.
Chesterfield reports a new restaurant in this week’s licenses. Henrico has a forestry consultant. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Over $31 million worth in transfers this week. Chesterfield heads the list with the most sales. Manchester in Richmond continues to attract buyers. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A local bank executive announces his retirement, which comes with a 5-figure payout. Plus, more details on C&F Bank’s acquisition of a Northern Neck peer and Hamilton Beach announces the shuttering of all of the stores of its retail arm, The Kitchen Collection.
A technology company claims a gym group owes $500,000. A restaurant co-owner says she was locked out and the equipment she purchased is being used in a different restaurant. BizPro members get access to the entire docket.
Patented ideas this week include language learning software, e-kit packaging, an ammunition tray and a new process for detecting a transaction volume anomaly.
A D.C.-based food delivery company launches in town, a local retailer heads to Norfolk, the Science Museum of Virginia gets a quarter-million-dollar grant and more in this month’s Newsbites.
A real estate development firm announces a new chief human resources officer. A finance firm promotes an analyst to associate and hires three new analysts. New faces in real estate, business services and architecture/design.
Over $3 million worth of properties were foreclosed this week. To get the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A full slate of meetings for Richmond City Council, the city Planning Commission holds a public hearing Wednesday on rezonings related to the Navy Hill project, and a Ukrop’s food hall secures approval in Henrico.