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.
A longtime aide at PT facility realizes a dream and now owns the business.
A national healthcare giant with a sizable presence across metro Richmond is moving its top local bosses from the suburbs to the heart of downtown – and they’re getting a top floor view.
The health system has something big in store for the property it just bought in Henrico County for $4 million.
The health system’s appetite for real estate continues, as last week it paid $4.6 million for the 234,000-square-foot building on 15 acres – in a part of Henrico that the county is eyeing for increased density.
Eighteen months after going live in Richmond, a Shockoe Bottom-based startup has pulled in seven figures worth of fresh cash.
A local insurance startup aimed at outdoor enthusiasts is gradually making its way east as it plans a launch in its home state.
As buildout on its future headquarters begins, a local nonprofit has secured a big batch of tax credits to help fund the project, which will convert a former Philip Morris complex in Swansboro.
A more concrete clue has emerged as to where Richmond’s first government-approved medical cannabis venture will put down roots.
VCU Health is becoming its own landlord on the Northside after buying a building just off Chamberlayne Avenue from the Robins Foundation.