A retirement village in Henrico has a $4.5 million spiritual enrichment building in the works. Chesterfield has apartments and townhouses in the works. And Richmond has apartments going up in Manchester.
A former Martin Agency CEO lands a local gig, an area agency and film director collaborate on a MADD campaign, a homegrown documentary picks up an Emmy and lots of shops announce new clients and hires.
A principal is named at KWC and the City of Richmond names a buildings commissioner. New faces and promotions in law, finance, manufacturing and more.
Two large-scale rezonings pave the way for denser development in Richmond’s Monroe Ward and VUU area, the city hires a new building commissioner, and two high-profile projects face their first votes in Goochland.
Over $4 million worth of properties are on the block this week, including the highest-priced foreclosure in Goochland. Get the entire list as a BizSense Pro subscriber.
The largest unoccupied commercial building in the Mid-Atlantic sold in Prince George for $21.7 million. And an e-retailer of note leases 500,000 square feet in Richmond.
This week’s list includes over $128 million in transfers. Chesterfield reports a $60 million sale of apartments in Midlothian. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
A title insurance provider says negligent actions by two law firms and another title company caused it to lose $92,000. An employee says her temporary supervisor and a senior living facility defamed her and seeks $650,000 in damages.
Second quarter earnings begin to roll in, with reports from Brink’s and two local banks. Plus, Genworth continues to pursue the sale of its Canadian mortgage arm.
This week’s patents include a testing automated process, enhanced foam, a method for reducing impurities and a juicer brush.