The 50-year-old local firm is now part of TRC Cos., a Connecticut-based engineering and construction management firm with 150 offices.
Fredericksburg native Damien Eure bought 521 Biscuits & Waffles last month from Aaron Bond and María José Mejía Ruiz for an undisclosed amount.
The Icon at 3200 W. Broad St. will be VACU’s 21st location and it will follow the credit union’s other new branch at Carytown Place shopping center.
Two insurers say local businesses have failed to pay for their policies and owe $52,000 and $35,000 respectively. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
“What you see, what you’re sitting in, is eight years of dreaming and planning and strategizing,” UMFS President and CEO Nancy Toscano said of the Child & Family Healing Center.
The authority earmarked $5.5 million to sustain the pandemic-born policy and grant funding is expected to keep it going through June 2025.
Amanda Seibert’s Nest Builders has started construction on the first of the new homes on an edge of Union Hill, and Bryan Traylor’s Unlimited Renovations has secured approval to put up a three-story building.
EAT Restaurant Partners, which owns more than a dozen local eateries, bought the 17,000-square-foot warehouse at 3013 W. Leigh St. and plans to open by 2024.
A new commercial building in Hanover for $71 million is the week’s top permit. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
Work on a community plan for the neighborhood is coinciding with a related study that’s weighing options for improving connections across Interstate 64-95.