Bankrupt lab company True Health Diagnostics will continue to use its downtown Richmond lab as a home base for its liquidation.
Four years after it bought the scraps of HDL, a Texas company’s own stumble into bankruptcy has yielded a buyer, but once again has left a major downtown Richmond lab in limbo.
As discussions about the massive arena-anchored Navy Hill development heat up, the neighboring VA Bio+Tech Park has a big plan of its own in the works.
A newcomer to the VA Bio+Tech Park downtown is looking to get going with seven figures of startup funding.
“When you look at the number of dentists per resident in the city of Richmond, this area has the least,” said Alan Walker. “Coming here truly puts me at an advantage because I’m able to draw people as far south as Chesterfield to my practice in Manchester.”
A national nonprofit is selling its downtown headquarters as it heads to Henrico.
LeClairRyan scored a legal victory last week against a controversial former client, even as it’s in the midst of going out of business in the face of a mass attorney exodus.
The company that picked up some of the pieces of bankrupt local blood tester Health Diagnostic Laboratory has itself fallen into bankruptcy.
The drug is gaining traction as a way to combat some disorders like depression and is helping give rise to clinics in the Richmond area, with the latest local entrant launching last month in Henrico County.
Two area startups are on a roll with raising money in order to expand their services, with one closing out an $850,000 haul and another that’s just begun to go up to $750,000.