Another Richmond Circuit Court judge has taken himself off one of the lawsuits seeking to stop the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue on Monument Avenue – and this time it’s the judge who lives in the neighborhood.
“I think that companies that are in densely populated areas, like New York City, New Jersey, Boston, are going to be looking to expand their footprint, decentralize some of their staffing, and that really positions greater Richmond in a prime location to capture those opportunities.”
The $9 million sale of a former tobacco manufacturing plant in Southside Richmond is the top sale. For the entire list of commercial transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
The $9 million sale of a warehouse in Henrico’s Varina district heads the list this week.
A regional chain of Mexican restaurants has looked to the West End for its sixth location.
As the Stonewall Jackson Monument came down from its pedestal for the first time in more than 100 years on Wednesday, a newly formed nonprofit initiative was working behind the scenes to help cover the cost of the removal.
The marriage of Troutman Sanders and Pepper Hamilton is complete. The Troutman’s downtown Richmond office is now the third-largest of the combined firm’s 23 locations.
The pandemic has knocked a D.C.-based firm’s plans for a Veil Brewing Co.-anchored food hall on Belleville Street off the table.
The Richmond rush hour continues to be less of a rush than usual in the wake of the first wave of coronavirus and as the local economy continues to reopen.
An independent medical group claims damages of $10 million in two lawsuits, alleging that the physicians it contracted illegally terminated their agreements. BizSense Pro members get full access.