A woman claims $600,000 in damages from a bank she says turned over the contents of her safety deposit box to the state. A plaintiff wants $600,000 from a spa, where she says she was sexually molested. And a downtown developer says a plumbing company is responsible for $2 million in flooding damages. The Docket is open for all BizSense Pro members.
Chesterfield County reports eight 24-unit apartment buildings and a trucking company’s new $1 million building in this week’s permits. To read all of this week’s permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
A longtime executive for a real estate investment firm retires. Law firm and real estate promotions. And the Virginia Chamber announces officers and members for 2019.
A longtime Chesterfield business opens new facilities at the county airport, the regional airport commission meets this week, an area credit union signs on as a county event sponsor, and proposals to block a Brook Road bike lane and permit dockless vehicles go to city council.
A local health system goes out of state for its lead marketing agency, a national package delivery company re-ups with a Richmond agency after a 10-year hiatus, and the pending return of regional horseracing provides work for a local firm.
This week a $300,000 home in Chesterfield County’s Hampton Park is the highest priced property up for auction. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week’s transfers total more than $47 million, including a $24 million sale of apartments in downtown Richmond. For the entire list of transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer Capital Markets Group reports the following deal: New Market Properties LLC purchased the Gayton Crossing Shopping Center at 9782 Gayton Road in Henrico County $29 million. Eric Robison, Jim Ashby IV and Mark Gilbert represented the seller. Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer reports the following deal: Anchor Group purchased Commonwealth… Read more »
Chesterfield County reports a donut shop, furniture store and a tire shop. Henrico County licenses for jewelry sales, janitorial firms and construction companies. For the entire list of this week’s licenses, become a BizSense Pro member.
A bit of controversy out of Markel’s Bermuda subsidiary where the insurer says it discovered a “personal relationship” between two of its executives. The pair was promptly dismissed from the company. Plus Union Bankshares releases its 4Q and year-end financials.