Questions over the handling of an excess $3 million by the case’s longtime trustee forced a reopening of the case, which was first filed in 2008 and has been closed since 2015.
O’My Dairy Free Gelato was founded in Richmond by food industry veterans from Ukrop’s Homestyle Foods and General Mills. The company is amid a $745,000 capital raise.
Guy Blundon and Mark Purcell are behind the $75 million project, which would feature two towers connected by a sky bridge that will double as the neighborhood’s newest event space.
Site work has begun for 250 apartments and a Courtyard by Marriott hotel along West Broad Street. Spy Rock Real Estate leads the development.
The combined banks would have 71 branches in the Richmond market when the deal closes as expected later this week. It remains to be seen how many of those will be consolidated.
The bulk of an unfinished neighborhood in the heart of Chesterfield County is being put up for sale after falling into foreclosure.
The company builds bikes for bicycle touring where the rider carries their gear with them on the bike on trips that can span thousands of miles and months of time. The bikes sell for up to $3,500.
A Henrico commercial district known more for its Vietnamese and Chinese eats is adding a new flag to its spread of restaurants.
A prolific Washington, D.C.-based developer with a hefty downtown Richmond portfolio is reviving a long-dormant relic in its collection.
The group behind the redevelopment of the struggling West End mall appears to be cashing in on some of its success at the ever-evolving property.