A local health food startup is looking to haul in another eight-figure investment.
Richmond’s biggest credit union is looking to get bigger and has drawn the ire of bankers from around the state.
“If we win this, we’re going to blow a hole in the Virginia franchise law,” said Bell’s founder Larry Bell. “It’s going to change the brewer-wholesaler relationship in the state of Virginia, and I think we have a decent shot.”
A New York-based real estate investment firm is investing further in Manchester with the acquisition of another apartment building.
The three-decade-old Richmond law firm that just a few years ago had nearly 400 attorneys is going out of business in the face of continued mass departures.
“This is something I’ve always dreamed of: owning a nice little place for tea,” said Theodore Akueson-Gannyi, who is preparing to open T-Caf, Salon de Thé in the city’s most sought-after neighborhood.
A local brewer is looking for gold in York County.
Two of the region’s earliest adopters of historic tax credit-fueled infill development scored an eight-figure price tag with the sale of several of their longtime holdings in Shockoe Valley.
Monday’s document dump for the proposed Navy Hill redevelopment revealed not only the $1.5 billion project’s nitty-gritty details, but also the businesses playing a part in bringing the plan to life, with several Richmond-based firms among them.
A national fast-food chain with eight locations in the Richmond suburbs is cooking up its first location in the city, with plans to bring a new-to-market format to the edge of Oregon Hill.