Green Leaf Medical, which was only able to offer oil-based products until recently, plans to open locations in Short Pump and Carytown within 90 days.
Plans filed with Henrico County point to the building being used as a new facility for PPD, a pharmaceutical research firm that expanded to the county a decade ago.
“The model this school is based on is we can teach these kids to be successful in the public schools,” said the center’s senior director.
Virginia has begun legalizing recreational use, and new ventures in Richmond are cropping up.
GoGo Band, which was founded in 2016, moved into a 2,100-square-foot space earlier this month at 11080 Air Park Road.
Genetworx ramped up hiring a year ago and again in December to keep up but will now lay off workers by August.
JF Capital, the owner of the three-story, 27,400-square-foot Windsor Senior Living building and its 2.2-acre parcel, is fielding offers for the property.
The funding round will help GPB Scientific roll out its Curate cell processing system, which it markets as being more efficient and cost-effective than existing methods.
The one-story, 24,000-square-foot building at 12021 Jefferson Davis Highway will be the health system’s fourth such facility in the Richmond market.
The 500,000-square-foot, 16-story expansion at 1001 E. Marshall St. is expected to open in spring 2023