As it prepares to open the Richmond area’s first medical cannabis production facility this month, its operator now has its eye on opening several dispensaries, thanks to recently signed state legislation.
Armed in part with an initial $6 million in government funding, Phlow Corp. is led by Kaleo co-founder Eric Edwards and Frank Gupton, chair of the Department of Chemical and Life Sciences at VCU’s College of Engineering.
One thing that working from home is depriving downtown employees of is the chance to bear witness to the vertical evolution of one of the newest, and tallest, additions to the city skyline.
Looking to expand on its capabilities, a downtown-based medical research firm has just received an eight-figure shot in the arm.
Two proposed developments that would add a total of about 77,000 square feet in new retail, restaurant and office space in Hanover County are working their way through the planning approval process.
With fewer mouths to tend to in the age of social distancing, a Central Virginia dental practice has turned itself into an equipment supplier for a few medical providers in the region, ordering protective gear on their behalf as the coronavirus pandemic strains their resources.
Ledbury and Shockoe Atelier are making and selling masks to VCU Health, and they plan to continue to ramp up production.
With the spread of coronavirus forecast to surge in Virginia in the next two months, facilities across the state are being assessed for potential use as temporary hospitals, with several options apparent in the Richmond region.
The deal amounts to just over $1 million per acre, and gives the school part of the land it needs for its planned athletic village. Meanwhile, it’s decided to pump the breaks on its $16 million emergency room in New Kent County.
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