The $11 million purchase of a strip of shops in Short Pump tops the week’s sales and 79,386 square feet in Henrico was the week’s top lease.
A failed bid to purchase a vehicle dealership brings a $3 million lawsuit. BizSense Pro subscribers get full access.
Patents this week for Capital One, Altria, Afton Chemical and more.
A longtime Y executive announces his retirement. The president of the city’s pro soccer team steps down. The symphony introduces a new executive director.
A museum’s request to allow larger events draws support and opposition from neighbors in the Fan, Chesterfield rolls out more pandemic relief for businesses, and a library conference and event center starts construction in Petersburg.
This week’s new business licenses include an accounting firm, a publisher, trade/construction firms and more. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The $11 million sale of shops in Short Pump top this week’s list. Also on the list are leases in Colonial Heights, Richmond, Henrico and Hanover.
A longtime Altria director is retiring, third quarter earning season is in full swing and Performance Food Group discloses its executive pay packages.
Several million dollar projects in Chesterfield, including townhouses and industrial upgrades. For all of this week’s permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
The VP and GM of Kings Dominion announces his retirement. Two politics pros form a consulting firm. New faces in law, real estate and more.