Some of this week’s patents include a party accessory and display unit, an e-vaping device and a dual-ended lip balm container.
Henrico’s police chief announces his retirement. Powhatan announces a new county administrator. New faces in real estate, construction and more.
A national infectious diseases nonprofit taps a Richmond firm for web design work, a local agency and photographer collaborate on a Father’s Day campaign for a sports bar and restaurant chain, and several area shops assist clients in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
This week’s list has $2 million worth of properties on the block. Become a BizSense Pro member for full access.
The state’s Phase Three reopening guidelines take effect this week, Richmond City Council talks police reform and monument removal, Powhatan taps a former Henrico official as its next county administrator, and a new round of business assistance grants roll out in Chesterfield.
The $2.4 million sale of office/warehouse space in Chesterfield tops transactions. Over 16,700 square feet in Henrico goes for the top lease.
Chesterfield has permits worth $14 million for four apartment buildings. Henrico reports two hospitals with updates worth $6 million. To get all of this week’s permits, including Richmond, become a BizSense Pro member.
This week a new COO in real estate and a new CEO in insurance. New partners, new directors and more are moving up the ladder.
Richmond’s mayor dismisses his police chief, two localities weigh details regarding short-term home rental rules, and hundreds of homes are proposed between two projects in Hanover.
Several properties return to the courthouse steps this week. For the entire list of properties in the Greater Richmond area, become a BizSense Pro member.