The $11 million sale of an office building in Innsbrook in Henrico County is the top sale. A 19th century building in Richmond has changed hands. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
In Chesterfield County, a dessert restaurant changes hands. Henrico County reports an arepa bar, a gelato shop and a coffee spot. For the entire list of this week’s licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
Email submissions to [email protected] Colliers International reports the following deals: Infinex Investments Inc. leased 1,189 square feet at 13872 Coalfield Commons Place in Chesterfield. Megan Sullivan represented the tenant. EC Vogt Co. Inc. leased 881 square feet at 7921-A W. Broad St. in Henrico. Barry Hofheimer represented the landlord. Capital Square Acquisition LLC purchased the… Read more »
A quiet week of filings, with a few insiders buying and selling shares, plus earnings from a local tobacco company.
A concert producer says the City of Richmond is not applying admission taxes in a uniform manner and wants a refund of $84,751.90. An auto repair shop claims damages of $500,000 for what it calls substandard roof work. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
This week’s patents include manganese scavengers for aviation fluid, high-yielding tobacco, and a sweetness enhancer.
A former attorney with the state AG’s office goes into private practice. A new arts and sciences dean at Virginia Union University. The veterans hospital and VCU’s cancer center share a cancer specialist. New faces in marketing, IT and more this week.
Over $6 million worth of properties are on the block this week. The highest-priced home is in Hanover County’s Cedarlea Park subdivision. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A marketing firm geared toward public safety agencies finds more elbowroom in Ashland, a local shop launches a campaign marketing mayo, and an agency based in London opens an office downtown.
A property owner claims Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority tenants are trashing her lots and seeks $1 million in compensation, and a healthcare company wants $500,000 in damages because it says a machine it ordered has never worked properly. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.