This week a new COO in real estate and a new CEO in insurance. New partners, new directors and more are moving up the ladder.
Richmond’s mayor dismisses his police chief, two localities weigh details regarding short-term home rental rules, and hundreds of homes are proposed between two projects in Hanover.
Several properties return to the courthouse steps this week. For the entire list of properties in the Greater Richmond area, become a BizSense Pro member.
Henrico reports the top sale of $6.5 million for a convenience store property. For sales in Henrico, Chesterfield and Richmond, become a BizSense Pro member.
The $8.6 million sale of former industrial site in Richmond tops the list this week.
An Innsbrook-based company’s financial results from the last two years will have to be restated. Plus insiders buying shares and more executive compensation data revealed.
This week’s permits include a rotating message board, an aerosol generator, and a self-deleting web page.
A chief claims examiner announces her retirement. New faces in real estate, finance and more.
Area governments roll out more financial help for businesses, a height extension request for a flagpole that has previously displayed a Confederate flag is up for review in Chesterfield, a Confederate-named rec center is renamed in Henrico and a similar change is proposed for Richmond’s Lee Bridge.
A sale of $1.15 million in Goochland leads this week’s list. A lease in Innsbrook tops the leases.