A $5 million apartment conversion project in Shockoe Bottom is in the works. Plus Bon Secours is upgrading the emergency department at St. Mary’s with $7 million in improvements. And new projects in Chesterfield and Hanover.
Lots of construction in the City this week, including a condo conversion project and a facade repair.
A new Richmond restaurant is taking shape inside a former motorcycle dealership in the Fan. And general manager Todd Boyd says Selba will serve “healthy comfort food.”
A new clothing retailer is likely coming to Richmond while a white water rafting company filed a permit in Richmond.
A smorgasbord of patents this week including an invention to help select health insurance plans, a proposed patent for a drink maker, some high-tech gloves and a some sort of explosive-related device.
Nothing super unusual this week, but lots of taxi companies, maid services and contractors.
A new standup paddle board company and a solo practitioner law firm.
Capital One has a new invention to help people get more credit. Plus, the brains at Afton Chemical are at it again; and a local inventors teams with a group in India on a complex invention.
Lots of businesses trying to collect, including Valpak, a restaurant supply company and a bank trying to recover funds from a New Kent County builder. Plus a Richmond dance club is getting sued by a patron for injuries allegedly suffered at the hands of the bouncer.
A vintage glass and pottery store in the Lakeside area of Richmond, plus a few construction firms and a model/talent agency.