Put aside all the horror stories you’ve heard about mixing family and business.
Land in Goochland and in the Manchester section of Richmond and along Tobacco Row.
A hotly contested student housing project is once again seeking approval from City Council.
A crowd of about 200 attended the Greater Richmond Companies to Watch, an annual event put on by the Venture Forum to recognize promising local companies that have the potential to rapidly expand.
Tons of action this month as local companies acquired new firms while others sold off parts of their businesses. And busy investment banks including Dominion Partners, Harris Williams and BB&T Capital Markets.
Best new names: “A totally Nu You” and “Cheesecake Heaven”
Lots of medical offices leasing new space. And a new retailer called Sassy Bee.
Veteran developers renovating a historic mansion in Shockoe Bottom like the mixed-use project so much they’re going to move in themselves.
A six-year-old restaurant and nightclub in Richmond’s Financial District has shut its doors while it undergoes a facelift and tweaks its business model.
Just when it looked like a bankrupt local golf club and its members were about to settle their differences, 14 members went rogue.