A software developer says a client has failed to pay $900,000. A landlord claims a Short Pump restaurant owes $612,000 for defaulting on its lease. BizSense Pro members get full access.
Some of this week’s new patents include an enhanced ATM machine, virus-derived therapeutics and a sandwich-making apparatus.
A longtime deputy administrator of human resources for Chesterfield County announces her retirement. St. Catherine’s names a new school head. New faces in real estate, finance and more.
This week’s properties span Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico and Powhatan. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Richmond joins its neighbors in entering the state’s Phase One reopening guidelines, Chesterfield launches a grant program for businesses and gives a controversial development project a thumbs-up, and Petersburg sets aside street space to help restaurants provide outdoor dining.
The sale of $950,000 warehouse/industrial site in Henrico is the top transaction.
Earnings reports roll in from two local REITs and a handful of insiders buying shares.
A flooring and cabinet company says a home builder owes $300,000. Property owners claim their settlement attorney failed to disclose a septic easement and want $85,000 in compensation. BizSense Pro members get full access.
Henrico reports more than $5 million in hospital upgrades, and Chesterfield continues to work on their public schools. Richmond includes permits for Carytown and Forest Hill. For the entire list of permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
Awards season ramps up with recognitions for several PR and ad shops, a Richmond artist takes part in a locally produced campaign for a national clothing retailer, and a pair of production studios assist with a mini-documentary tied to a homegrown public TV series.