Founder Bob DeLille has handed the reins to Debbie Lennick. The 26-year-old company blends furniture and technology to create workspaces.
Shawn and Nikki Martin of Soccer Post in Chesterfield plan to open a second location in the Virginia Center Station shopping center.
Sonora, Henley on Grace and Birdie’s, each in a repurposed historic building, are examples of savvy entrepreneurism.
This week’s list includes $161 million in transfers in Richmond, Henrico and Chesterfield. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
This week’s licenses in Henrico and Chesterfield include restaurants, retail, construction/trades and more. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
This post-Thanksgiving roundup includes news of a deal involving land around Stony Point mall, a new bakery in Forest Hill, a major development in the LeClairRyan bankruptcy case and more.
The purchase of a shopping center in Henrico for $18 million was the week’s top sale and 35,000 industrial square feet in Hanover was the top lease.
The parklet in front of Art180 is the last of several pandemic-era patios that have been in the works. Two other parklets in the city remain in limbo.
Pediatrician and orthodontist practices plan to open this spring at Sunset Hills Square at the corner of Patterson Avenue and Horsepen Road.
Zac Frederick’s Crescent Preservation & Development wants to build 39 apartments between a Bank of America branch and a Mexican restaurant.