Mark Motley is bringing the many branches of his business under one roof.
A local automotive group has expanded its Central Virginia empire.
A planned Jackson Ward gelato shop has run into the usual hiccups that come with launching a business. And then there’s the ghost.
After more than 40 years in business, a Richmond restaurant is sailing off into the sunset.
A new owner is trying to move in on one of Richmond’s earliest historic tax credit renovation projects.
Another developer is seeking to unload an entire collection of Richmond properties.
Not to be outdone by a major announcement from its largest local rival, C&F Bank and its parent company announced a deal of its own late Monday.
Richmond’s biggest bank is about to get a lot bigger, with an acquisition deal valued at about $445 million.
One of Richmond’s largest financial firms is cutting 400 positions, including about 5 percent of its local workforce.
Another large portfolio of apartments in the city is on the market.