The Shockoe Bottom coffee shop is adding another location and it leased a long-vacant former ice cream store at 2100 John Rolfe Parkway.
Slurp! Ramen has signed a lease in Matt Jarreau and Daniil Kleyman’s new mixed-use building at 2416 Jefferson Ave.
Glen Forest Office Park in Henrico, which has 11 buildings totaling 567,000 square feet on 84 acres, is home to 89 tenants and 86 percent leased.
This week’s top permit was $4.8 million for a 67-unit multifamily complex in Richmond. Permits include new homes in Chesterfield and various commercial projects. (BizSense Pro subscription required)
The deal to acquire the Henrico-based bank, which has $1.7 billion in assets and nearly two dozen locations, was completed Friday.
The 17-story, 615,000-square-foot complex at 1001 E. Leigh St. started serving patients Monday.
Main Street Homes has signed on for the first phase of the project that former owners of Richmond Raceway are planning across Midlothian Turnpike from Winterfield Crossing.
The current building at 100 N. 9th St. is slated to be replaced with a new building at 900 E. Main St. in a $155 million project.
Two real estate firms name senior vice presidents, plus new faces and promotions in law, construction, finance and more.
The university bought the site southeast of The Diamond for $7.25 million and next plans to acquire the ABC building across the street.