Vint has SEC approvals for its first offering — a $46,000 collection of 24 bottles primarily from California’s Screaming Eagle Winery.
The owner is an interior designer who moved here from Cleveland with a passion for dinner parties.
Site work is underway for the $34 million, 224-unit complex to be fitted between the Brook Road post office and adjacent Spectrum apartments.
A homebuilder’s purchase of 47.5 acres in Chesterfield for $7 million was the week’s top sale and 144,606 square feet in Henrico was the top lease.
This week’s new businesses include a spa, advertising services, transportation and more. For the entire list, become a BizSense Pro member.
The $18 million wrongful termination and defamation claim filed by Michael Lowery was dismissed after the two sides “compromised.”
One spot at The Summit was leased by a Richmond local who helped open Cabo Fish Taco in Blacksburg. The other space will be a neighborhood market.
The $7 million purchase of the former Oasis Sports Park just east of Cosby High School sets the stage for Main Street Homes to expand its development.
A local REIT’s deal to sell a hotel falls through. CarLotz files its first proxy as a public company. Earnings season continues.
A landlord says a child-care center owes $240,000. Homeowners claim $150,000 in damages from water issues they say the sellers concealed. BizSense Pro members have access to the entire docket.