Peloton and Publix prepare to open in the West End, a local radio station rebrands, Hardywood gets set to open its beer club and more in this month’s Newsbites.
This week’s patented ideas include a quieter blender design, modified tobacco and a modular guitar pedal board.
A deputy Chesterfield county administrator announces his retirement. A Powhatan bank announces a new president and CEO. New faces in law, finance and more in this week’s Herd.
This week’s highest-priced foreclosure is a home in Wexley on the block for $545,000. For the entire list of properties, become a BizSense Pro member.
Carvana and a data center-solar farm hybrid are back before Chesterfield’s Planning Commission, Henrico lays groundwork for Regency Square’s mixed-use transformation, and a Richmond firm advises Petersburg and Ashland on bond refinancing.
This week’s top deal is a $2.1 million purchase of a storage building in Petersburg.
This week’s licenses include a beauty supply merchant, handyman services and a holistic health advisor. Become a BizSense Pro member to access the whole list.
A monstrous roundup of filings this week, as quarterly earnings reports pour in from nearly every local public company. Plus, a local bank discloses details on its deal to acquire a peer from the Northern Neck.
A customer seeks a refund of $123,000 and punitive damages from a bank, alleging the bank ignored warning signs of fraud and elder abuse. Two homeowners claim the construction of a gas station at Three Chopt and Parham roads has caused $500,000 in damages to each of their properties.
Chesterfield reports $20 million worth of apartments and a $5 million dine-in cinema. Henrico reports a $1.3 million tenant upfit for the Virginia Employment Commission. To read all of this week’s new permits, become a BizSense Pro member.