A new coffee retailer in Chesterfield. A new bike shop in Henrico. And best name of the week: a landscaping company called Lawn & Order.
A busy Docket this week with a lease dispute in Manchester, a battle over equipment from now bankrupt local IT firm Packet360, and a contractor that claims it was never paid for work at Richmond International Airport .
A new law firm in Henrico. A new wine shop in Chesterfield. And the name of the week: Orangestilletos LLC.
An alleged $60,000 pay discrepancy related to the construction of the new Richmond Aquatics facility on Ridgedale Parkway and a . Plus a law firm is trying to collect $44,000. And tons of slip-and-falls.
Lots of new homes, including a $5.2 million conversion of an office building on Broad Street and a $1.4 million permit at Dove Court in the City of Richmond. Plus several commercial projects in Chesterfield.
Fascinating cases in the Docket this week including a local company trying to collect for work it did on a 103-acre development. Area contractors, construction and title companies get dragged into suits. And Kroger was sued twice this week.
A busy week for patents with inventions from Afton Chemical, Magellan Systems, Altria, Dupont and a local man who patented a tuning device for drums.
A new cafe called Off the Grid, a new car dealership and mortgage company in Henrico, a lounge in West Broad Village and would you believe – another new frozen yogurt shop.
A commercial real estate broker is trying to collect commissions and a law firm its legal fees. HHHunt is suing Henrico County about a zoning issue. And more lawsuits stemming from a shooting at Club Aurora. Plus a former fraternity member at Virginia Union University is suing for alleged hazing.
More properties in Henrico than we’ve ever seen. Plus some neat architecture from around the region.