A Hampton Roads developer is getting ready to break ground on a 30-acre, 420-unit apartment complex in Short Pump.
A local bank wants to take control of a Short Pump hotel whose owner defaulted on the property’s $19 million loan.
Eric Menden, a 53-year-old developer in downtown Norfolk, pleaded guilty Friday to a $41 million bank fraud and tax credit scheme that authorities say contributed to the failure of Bank of the Commonwealth.
The credits are rolling for one of Richmond’s last independently owned video rental stores.
Richmond’s biggest and fastest growing frozen yogurt chain has received an investment from Shockoe Slip-based private equity firm.
With 11 frozen yogurt competitors operating 20 locations in the area, grumblings are getting louder about how long the soft serve machines can keep pumping.
A rival fair operator wants to capitalize on the downfall of the State Fair of Virginia and be up and running in 2012.
The founder of what was supposed to be an Olympic-caliber sports training facility in Chesterfield County is out as CEO after a year of mounting legal woes.
CarLotz, a used car consignment concept that’s almost a year old, closed this week on a $1.5 million round of financing.
Richmond’s cupcake market is getting crowded, but two local Capital One employees have already turned a profit with their sugary side startup.