Gold’s Gym plants a flag in Henrico and a group of five West Broad Street properties trades hands for $15 million in this week’s roundup.
A new barbecue vendor joins Henrico County, along with movers and photographers, and Southside reports a new restaurant. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Union Bank lands a new commercial banker from a much larger Ohio institution and announces the date for a shareholder vote on its pending deal to acquire Xenith Bank, and two local executives each sell $1 million in shares.
Homebuyers claim $256,000 in damages, saying they closed on a property with significant structural damages and a termite infestation, and a truck passenger wants $5 million for injuries he says he received after his vehicle struck an unlit railcar.
This week’s patents include a scaffolding device to help rotator cuff injuries, an enhancement of oxygen delivery in hemoglobin and an anti-inflammatory cannabinoid.
A new executive director joins Randolph-Macon College, two lobbyists get promotions, and new employees and board members join a pair of nonprofits.
A condo at Rocketts Landing leads the list of foreclosed properties this week, with Henrico and Hanover counties following with the other highest-priced properties.
A $4 million parcel in Chester gets nabbed by developers, Dollar Tree drops $6 million in Colonial Heights, and several retail properties change hands in Richmond.
Multiple buildings on a downtown Richmond block have a new owner, and several properties in Southside changed hands. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico County reports several new restaurants, including Japanese and crab joints, and Southside lands a martial-arts studio and boutiques. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.