A local company is making high-end bags and purses from some unusual fabric.
A $365 million lawsuit against the former heads of LandAmerica has been resolved.
Rob Blandford is taking over as president and CIO of Spider Management Company, which manages $3 billion in assets, including the University of Richmond’s $1.8 billion endowment.
After buying up almost 1.5 million square feet of office space in the Richmond suburban office market, Al Lingerfelt is taking his show on the road.
Brokers are pitching a building near Shockoe Bottom as one of the last large-scale — you guessed it — historic tax-credit adaptive reuse apartment buildings in the area.
Freedom Franks, a food cart operated by the nonprofit Freedom House, temporarily shut down June 15 in the face of low customer volume and competition but hopes to reopen.
After months of delays, Jake Crocker’s corner will be complete with the opening of his Uptown Market and Deli in the Fan. The busy restaurateur, barkeep and businessman also has two restaurants planned in Fredericksburg.
Less than a week after shutting down the Midlothian Antique Center for defaulting on its lease, DRV has reopened the business as Coalfield Station Antiques.
A catering company in Shockoe Slip is closing after 27 years, leaving the building’s owner looking for a new tenant.
It’s easy to spot Bert Green’s business amid the rows of brick workshops in a Richmond industrial park: Just look for the solar panels parked out front.