This week’s top deal is a $2.1 million purchase of a storage building in Petersburg.
This week’s licenses include a beauty supply merchant, handyman services and a holistic health advisor. Become a BizSense Pro member to access the whole list.
A monstrous roundup of filings this week, as quarterly earnings reports pour in from nearly every local public company. Plus, a local bank discloses details on its deal to acquire a peer from the Northern Neck.
A customer seeks a refund of $123,000 and punitive damages from a bank, alleging the bank ignored warning signs of fraud and elder abuse. Two homeowners claim the construction of a gas station at Three Chopt and Parham roads has caused $500,000 in damages to each of their properties.
Chesterfield reports $20 million worth of apartments and a $5 million dine-in cinema. Henrico reports a $1.3 million tenant upfit for the Virginia Employment Commission. To read all of this week’s new permits, become a BizSense Pro member.
VCU’s art school dean steps down. A new Lakeside restaurant names its kitchen staff. New faces and promotions in law, finance, real estate and more.
An area business organization gets a new website with help from a local agency, a former employee returns to a Richmond marketing firm, and two Brandcenter alums join the school’s faculty in the latest ad news roundup.
A $500,000 home in Chesterfield’s Salisbury subdivision heads this week’s foreclosures. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
Lots happening in Henrico this week with a $105 million bond issuance tied to a recent referendum, rezoning and permit requests for a shopping mall’s mixed-use conversion, a local architecture firm’s design contract goes up again, and a desired indoor arena for the county remains in play.
The $23 million sale of apartments in Richmond’s Manchester neighborhood heads this week’s list of property sales. Henrico County reports the $17 million sale of a Short Pump-area shopping center. For the entire list of sales, become a BizSense Pro member.