There isn’t a new tenant for the former Richbrau brewery/pub yet, but neighboring business has taken advantage of the prime Cary Street exposure.
A jammed packed Docket this week: A Chesterfield construction business alleges an employee spent $40,000 of its money on personal expenses, while several landlords are suing tenants for unpaid rent. Plus, a woman is suing the zoo in Chesterfield after she slipped while watching the giraffes.
Why regulators won’t let a profitable, well-capitalized bank holding company throw its shareholders a bone.
What happens when the government buys things it doesn’t really need with money it doesn’t really have.
OrthoVirginia paid $1,3 mil for land in Chesterfield and plans to build a medical office building. Meanwhile Burton’s Menswear leased 3,200 square feet at 3017 Mechanicsville Turnpike in Hanover County.
A local firm that specializes in historic tax credits sues theater owners for almost $200,000.
A Richmond-based real estate fund has gone on a buying binge lately and wants to raise another $2 billion to keep gobbling up more property.
After missing the original deadline for filing its second quarter financial results, Village reported net income of $460,000 for the quarter, compared with a $1.7 million loss in the same period last year. Also, lots of insider buying and selling.
Justin French’s foreclosure drama leaves new restaurant in the lurch.
New hires in IT, wealth management and law, including a new general counsel at a local publicly-traded company.