A longtime county administrator announces his retirement, a city resolution seeks to require the sale of a Broad Street parking lot once considered for the Navy Hill project, and several high-profile developments make their way through the review process.
This week’s list of properties for auction tops $5 million. This week’s highest-priced home is in Henrico. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A tractor company bought over 100,000 square feet for $5 million in Chesterfield. An HVAC firm leases 84,000 square feet in Henrico. These are the Pipeline’s top deals this week.
This week a warehouse in Chesterfield leads the list of sales at $8.2 million. Apartments sell for $8 million, as does a hotel in Henrico.
A local executive cashes out a $2.5 million stock option. Plus, third quarter earnings season continues as Hamilton Beach, Tredegar and Universal Corp. post their numbers.
A former property association employee claims a malicious smear campaign caused her $2 million in damages. A patient says a plastic surgery group published her nude before-and-after photos without her consent. BizPro members get full access.
This week’s patents include two different e-vaping devices, a new user-controlled auto financing method and another method to ensure secure remote identity verification.
A local photographer’s images make it onto the next crop of USPS Forever stamps, a local bank taps a UVA legend for its new campaign, an animation studio picks up awards for its first short film, and a newer agency in town picks up clients including a French wine importer.
This week the Children’s Museum announces a change in leadership. The Kickers get a new head coach for the pro team. New faces in law, real estate, construction and more.
Hanover considers an apartment’s expansion in Mechanicsville, Henrico eyes more mixed-use in Innsbrook, RRHA seeks $15 million in bonds for a senior housing project and Navy Hill votes are pushed back to January.