Elevation brought together Squatty Potty and the maker of a beer called Unicorn Farts for Colon Cancer Awareness Month.
Harper Associates is also developing a Southside dialysis center for Fresenius Kidney Care.
The hospital chain and 13 others in the U.S. created Truveta, a company that will sell anonymous data in the name of improved medical care and research.
After surviving a flood, owner Justin Hershey chose Richmond to find out if his concept “is truly scalable or not.”
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An apartment building in downtown Richmond for $8.2 million was the top sale. To read all of this week’s transfers, become a BizSense Pro member.
A former tobacco factory in Shockoe Bottom purchased for nearly $30 million was the week’s top sale and 20,609 square feet in Henrico was the top lease.
The former tobacco factory, which has five stories and 140,000 square feet, was converted into offices in 2007.
Fringe closed on a $4 million seed round in February and AnswersNow took in $1.8 million from investors.
The Maggie Walker Community Land Trust uses city grant funds to set aside homes specifically for would-be buyers who do not qualify for a mortgage.