The construction will add 55 acute-care beds and nearly 110,000 square feet of new space to St. Francis Medical Center.
VA Harvest, which sells CBD extracts and cremes in stores and online, is a venture by a local chemist and two of his friends.
The 17-story, 615,000-square-foot complex at 1001 E. Leigh St. started serving patients Monday.
Pediatrician and orthodontist practices plan to open this spring at Sunset Hills Square at the corner of Patterson Avenue and Horsepen Road.
Galen College of Nursing will take over a 35,000-square-foot space at 7300 Beaufont Springs Drive. It will feature patient simulation labs and classrooms.
The two-story, 41,000-square-foot building at 1212 Koger Center Blvd. houses Virginia Physicians for Women’s administrative office, surgical center and clinic.
The businesses still have plenty of room to grow their brick-and-mortar footprints as they look toward the future recreational marijuana market.
Prescriptions on file at the 1007 E. Main St. location will be moved to the store at 2400 E. Main St. in Shockoe Bottom.
The project will add a 48,000-square-foot West Pavilion, where the beds will be located, to the 315,000-square-foot Memorial Regional Medical Center.
Old Manchester Hemp Co. launched earlier this year at 1308 Hull St., where it grows and sells hemp buds and joints without the THC in marijuana that gets you high.