A massive transaction that has been generating buzz for months finally closes.
Commercial Real Estate
Over the past six months, several big office users have signed leases at Innsbrook, pushing down the vacancy rate at Richmond’s biggest office park and signaling plans to add hundreds of workers.
Growing industrial engineering firm inherits most of the disgraced developer’s decor.
Two developers are about to start rehabilitating two blighted retail buildings on East Broad Street with some financing from the City of Richmond.
One of Justin French’s former banks is pressing hard to make sure they are first in line for repayment, this time asking the bankruptcy court to appoint a trustee — and fast.
The company is moving back to a building it emptied when it laid off hundreds of area workers.
Local job-posting company Snagajob is looking to lease more office space in Innsbrook, according to sources close to the deal. The company recently raised $27 million in venture capital and plans to hire 100 employees.
A new plaintiff is suing local businesses over wheelchair accessibility issues, but this one wears a crown.
A major employer in Richmond has plans to add a new financial services processing center in a mostly industrial part of Henrico County.
Hankins & Anderson says it was shorted hundreds of thousands of dollars for work on the newly renovated Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.