A local contractor’s plan to boost traffic to his company’s website might have backfired big time.
Developers who requested several changes to restrictive covenants put in place when the Canal Walk was developed in 1994 have found some support.
CrashMax Equipment leased 6,000 SF office/warehouse at 12109 Wilfong Court in Chesterfield County while Toys “R” US leased 5,942 square feet at 11800 W Broad Street in Henrico County.
In this week’s Guest Opinion, RBS’s free market fan would rather New York not tell food stamp users that they can’t use public funds on soda, even if it had a net positive benefit to them and the taxpayers.
A former attorney at Marks & Harrison has been disbarred after it was discovered she was funneling money from the firm to herself.
House flipping is back, and this time local nonprofits want
in on the game.
A stellar quarter from Altria, with earnings up more than $100 million. Plus quarterly earnings from Media General and video game maker SouthPeak.
Best name: Express Junk Removal. Plus a bunch of new restaurants.
All four say they have capital to invest in Richmond at a real estate panel discussion last night.
GVM is ready to get down to business, and its success hinges largely on launching a mutual fund that Gibson hopes to grow to $500 million in the next five years.