This week’s patents include a method of rewards redemption, a suspension composition and a driverless, portable ATM.
Two longtime executives with a hospitality REIT announce their retirement. A new business development executive joins one investment bank and a wealth manager joins another. New faces in real estate, insurance, technology and more.
A $500,000 home in Martins Grant in Richmond leads this week’s list. For the entire list of foreclosures, become a BizSense Pro member.
Budget proposals are up for review in Goochland and Hanover, an area mall lines up a revitalization project, and construction estimates balloon for three city school projects.
This week’s licenses include catering enterprises, new retail and more. For the entire list of Chesterfield County and Henrico County licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
Divaris Real Estate | Richmond reports the following deals: B.C. Ziegler and Co. leased 3,840 square feet at 5701 Patterson Ave. in Richmond. Read Goode and Cheryle Toy represented the landlord. Royal Executives leased 2,100 square feet at 2119 E. Franklin St. in Richmond. Eric Hammond and Dean Foster represented the tenant. Influential Family Services… Read more »
Short Pump Town Center says a tenant that abandoned the premises owes $560,000, and an architect group claims $155,000 in damages for services it provided in Petersburg. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
Proxy season continues, as executive pay packages are disclosed for Hamilton Beach and Tredegar. And Genworth has extended the timeline for its pending deal to be acquired by a Chinese firm for the ninth time since the deal was announced in 2016.
Henrico County reports a $19 million permit for 165 age-restricted apartments. Chesterfield County reports permits that include a swim school. To read all of this week’s permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
The Brandcenter forms a new advisory council with some Richmond representation, a downtown market researcher’s work for a client leads to a branding gig for an agency’s local office, and an upcoming violin competition taps a local shop for a marketing campaign.