For the second week in a row, a development is in foreclosure, this time in Chesterfield.
Union First Market Bank filed a lawsuit filed last Friday seeking to place seven of his properties, for which they hold the deed of trust on, under receivership by court order.
Tom Rhodes had the same thought thousands of UVA kids have when they get home from Charlottesville: open a bagel shop like the famous Bodo’s in their hometown. That was in the early 1990s. This week, RBS talks to Rhodes about bagels and the fast growing, Richmond-based Direct Mail Solutions.
The RRHA wants to condemn land on East 18th Street, while Dominion has a disagreement with a coal provider and a developer said it didn’t get the final drawings permit drawings from a vendor. Plus, an old-age home wants more than $100,000 back from an IT company it said never installed the equipment it said it did.
Three lawyers who packed up their belongings recently and left for a cross-town rival have changed their minds.
It’s not often that a spat over tax credits inspires graffiti artists. Developer Justin French said he supports the local artists who painted messages on the exterior walls of the Scott’s Addition industrial property they rent from him, messages not so subtly aimed at French’s tax credit purchaser for the renovated building at 1509 Belleville… Read more »
RBS’s regular financial columnist weighs in on the value of health savings accounts and how they work.
Cobblestone Cellars leased 28,800 square feet at 5401 Lewis Rd. in the Henrico. Need Supply Company leased 4,500 square feet at 3100 W. Cary St.
After a long, hard look in the mirror, the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce is tweaking its mission and streamlining its operations.
In the midst of planning a stock offering to raise sorely needed capital, a local bank received notice from Nasdaq that the value of its shares has been too low for too long.