A new shopping center in Chesterfield is the top sale. In Henrico, 14,000 square feet of industrial property tops leases.
A sale in a new shopping center in Chesterfield is the top sale. In Henrico, 14,000 square feet of industrial property tops the leases.
Henrico reports the $15 million sale of an office park, and a car dealership sells its property for $14 million. For all of this week’s transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
A local company revises its earnings outlook due to – you guessed it – coronavirus. Plus some insider transactions and stock awards.
Some of the ideas patented this week include new methods of hyperspectral analysis and cryptographic authentication. For the full list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The CEO of the RRHA announces his departure. A retail firm names a COO. New faces in finance, real estate and more.
Several boards resume meetings this week, though with public attendance limited and some business continued in light of coronavirus precautions. Chesterfield sets up a call center for non-virus-response operations inquiries, and Henrico eyes another increase to its business license tax exemption threshold.
A number of this week’s sales are the result of homeowner association debts. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A 108,000 square feet in Chesterfield sold for $4.32 million. A 119,000 square foot lease in Henrico tops the list.
A Mexican restaurant opens another location in Chesterfield. Henrico reports two restaurants. For the complete list of new businesses, become a BizSense Pro member.